Sachin Vaze Antilia Case Update | National Investigation Agency Latest News On Mukesh Ambani Antilia and Mansukh Hiren Murder Case | Before the murder of Mansukh, Sachin Vaje went to Thane by train, he called and called Mansukh.

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In this image captured from this CCTV of 4 pm on March 4, Sachin Vaz is seen moving towards the CSMT station.

After almost completing the investigation in the Antilia case, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) is now speeding up the investigation into the murder of Mansukh Hiren, the owner of the gelatin-rich Scorpio. In this episode, NIA has a CCTV footage of the night of 4 March. In this, the suspended API of Mumbai Police Sachin Vaz is seen heading towards Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) station. NIA investigation has revealed that at 7 pm on March 4, I had caught the train from here and went to Thane.

CCTV recreates scene to verify
Late Monday night, the NIA team arrived at the CSMT station carrying Sachin Vaz and retreated the March 4 scene. The team red-taped the platform number 4 and 5 to wipe the evidences along with CCTV footage and got Vaze to run. During this time, the forensic team from Pune was also present there. The movement of Sachin Waze was also recorded by the forensic team. After analyzing this, the team will submit its report to the NIA in a day or two.

Sachin Vazh was taken to the CSMT station around 11 pm on Monday night.  He is the main accused in the case of Mansukh Hiren's death.

Sachin Vazh was taken to CSMT station around 11 pm on Monday night. He is the main accused in the case of Mansukh Hiren’s death.

Sachin Vaze had called Mansukh
According to sources, Sachin Waze left the Crime Intelligence Unit office at 6.30 pm on March 4 and entered the canteen side at CSMT station at 7 pm. He reached Kalwa station in Thane at 8.10 pm after about an hour. If sources are to be believed, he had called Mansukh Hiren and at his instance Mansukh reached Byculla in Mumbai at 9.20 pm.

Entry of a sports bike in Antilia case
The NIA is armed with a sports bike in the Antilia case. It is registered in the name of Meena George, the ruler of Sachin Vazhe. Meena was arrested a few days ago by the NIA. Meena is the same woman who came to meet him at Trident Hotel in Mumbai with note counting machine. The NIA had a clue based on CCTV footage.

This sports bike of the Italian Benelli Company has been seized from Daman.

This sports bike of the Italian Benelli Company has been seized from Daman.

8 cars and one bike seized so far
The bike that NIA has got is from the Italian Benelli Company. The price of this sports bike is around 7-8 lakh rupees. The bike was brought to the NIA office on Monday from a tampo. Eight luxury cars and a bike have been seized so far in the Mansukh case. The NIA has also seized some documents from a flat in Mumbai on the basis of interrogation of Sachin Waze.

What is the whole matter?
The Mumbai Police was found standing outside Antilia, home of the gelatin-filled green Scorpio Mukesh Ambani, at around 3 pm on 25 February. Scorpio also had a threatening letter. Investigation of CCTV footage revealed that the vehicle was parked at one o’clock in the night. On 5 March, the body of Mansukh Hiren, the owner of this Scorpio, was recovered from the Gulf of Kalwa. The police first described it as a suicide and then after the Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis took up the case in the Assembly, the Maharashtra government handed over the investigation to the Maharashtra ATS.

ATS registered a murder case and arrested former constables Vinayak Shinde and Bookie Naresh Gore in the case. After this, the NIA took the case from the ATS in its hands through the court and now the NIA is investigating the case.

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