- On Feb 26th, SUV car was found with gelatine sticks near Mukesh Ambani’s house
- Owner of SUV Mansukh Hiren lodged complaint that Scorpio was stolen
- On Friday, he was found dead in a dramatic situation
Mumbai: A SUV Car was found with 20 gelatine sticks near Mukesh Ambani’s house on Feb 26th with threatening letter to Ambani stating that it was just a trailer. The crime branch in investigation found that the owner of the Scorpio was Mansukh Hiren who has a spare parts business. Hiren, in his statement, said that he lodged a complaint that his SUV was stolen. In a dramatic turn, today Hiren”s body was found at Kalwa Creek and police registered an Accidental Death Report (ADR).
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Case Investigation Process
Scorpio with gelatine sticks in front of a 27 storied building in Antilia that sits on Mumbai’s tony Alta Mount Road had created puzzles in security agencies and police department. It is a high security zone and one of the most valuable private residential areas in the world. The green coloured SUV which was recovered from the spot was with gelatine sticks and police identified the owner of the SUV was Mansukh Hiren. When police met him for interrogation, Hiren said that he lodged a police complaint that his SUV was stolen a few days ago .After that Hiren was found missing from Thursday night, and his family members said that he went to meet ‘SAHAB’ and not returned back. Hiren’s body was found dead in Kalwas Creek Lake and police registered the case as suspicious suicide.
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Phadnavis says the case is fishy
The whole incident looks to be fishy and probe should be handed over to NIA as per Maharashtra former Chief Minister Phadnavis. He demanded security for Hiren, who is the main link in the case just a few hours before Hiren’s body was found. Phadnavis demanded that CM Uddav Thackeray and Home Minister should make a statement in the assembly on this issue.