Antilia Explosive Case: NIA Suspects – Former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh fled India, fears of hiding in any country in Europe

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The Central Investigation Agency (NIA) probing the murder of an explosive-laden Scorpio and its owner Mansukh Hiren, found outside Antilia, the house of industrialist Mukesh Ambani, suspects that former Mumbai Police Commissioner Parambir Singh has fled the country. Huh. The NIA sent him several summons for questioning but it has not been received from his side.

The investigating agency believes that Parambir may have left the country fearing arrest. State Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil has said that the investigators suspect that former Police Commissioner Parambir Singh fled the country fearing the consequences and we are looking for him. We are working with the Union Home Ministry to trace them. Strict action will be taken if they are found.

Home Minister was accused of recovery of 100 crores
The statement of Parambir Singh was recorded by the NIA after the arrest of the main accused in this case, Sachin Wajhe. During that time it was revealed that Sachin Vajhe used to report directly to Parambir and only on his behest, the investigation of Antilia case was handed over to Vajhe. After getting suspicious role in this case, the state government transferred Parambir Singh to the post of Home Guard DG.

However, after this transfer, Parambir Singh made many big revelations by accusing the then Home Minister Anil Deshmukh of recovery of 100 crores. After which Anil Deshmukh had to resign from his post and the state government had to set up an SIT to investigate Parambir’s allegations.

Parambir’s role doubtful in 4 seats of 10 thousand pages
Let us tell you that in the Antilia case, a 10,000-page chargesheet has been filed by the NIA. To confirm the same, the NIA wants to interrogate him again. Despite summoning twice, it has not been delivered.

Parambir likely to be hiding in Europe
NIA team went to some places including Chhattisgarh, Rohtak, but Singh was not found anywhere. According to sources, the agency suspects that Parambir has left the country and is hiding in a European country. However, no evidence of this has been found by any agency so far.

For this reason Parambir Singh is on the radar of NIA

  • A cyber expert, while filing his reply on the NIA chargesheet, said that after the gelatin sticks found in Scorpio from Antilia, there was a threat on a Telegram channel, on which Jaish-ul-Hind was written. To modify the report of where it had come from, Parambir Singh had given him Rs 5 lakh.
  • Apart from this, the NIA said that during the investigation, they got a FaceTime ID, which was used to establish secret contact with the accused and suspects arrested in the Antilia case and Mansukh murder case.
  • When ANI asked Apple about this ID, it came to know that its first name was Kurkure and last name was Balaji. At the same time, when the NIA recorded the statement of Vajhe’s close friend, he told that Parambir had to get the iPhone and then he had kept Facetime’s first name Kurkure and last name Balaji in the iPhone. Apart from this, the NIA is awaiting information about another Facetime ID, which was used for similar secret communication.

Apart from NIA, 5 cases are registered against Parambir, State CID and Thane Police have issued a look out circular against Parambir. So far 5 cases are registered against Parambir Singh, out of which one is being investigated by Mumbai, one in Thane and three cases are being investigated by the State CID. Parambir has also not appeared for questioning before the Chandiwal Commission set up by the state government. A bailable warrant has also been issued against Parambir on their behalf.

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