Intelligence reports suggest IM had planned to blow up Antilia
By Venkatesh Raghavan
Mumbai: Intelligence reports pouring in on the explosive laden Scorpio vehicle parked outside Mukesh Ambani owned Antilia residence way back in February, claim that the outlawed Indian Mujahideen had planned to blow up the edifice that housed the Ambani residence.
The report that is backed by voice call intercepts recorded by the Indian intelligence wing states that a huge sum of money was paid by IM to carry out this Operation more than a month in advance to a South Mumbai-based jeweller by IM operatives from across the border.
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Interrogation reports that dwelt on suspended Assistant Police Inspector Sachin Vaze who is currently in custody however, stated that the accused has not revealed anything to the nodal National Investigation Agency (NIA) on this count.
The NIA which has sought extended custody has attributed its action to lack of cooperation on the part of Vaze. The Intelligence wing disclosed that IM funding and coordination was through discrete means by interaction with their sleeper cell.
The intelligence report also stated that the transferred commissioner of police, Param Bir Singh who had levelled corruption charges against the then Maharashtra Home Minister, Anil Deshmukh, was unaware of this aspect. There was also mention of a sponsored hundred day stay at Hotel Trident. Right now, the focus is on Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) being assigned a fortnight time to investigate and frame a FIR against Anil Deshmukh by the Bombay High Court.
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😒😒very serious and disturbing revelation