Deepak Dubey, Mumbai: The NIA, which is investigating the Antilia incident and Mansukh Hiren murder case, today summoned former encounter specialist Pradeep Sharma for questioning.
It is said that both Pradeep Sharma and Sachin Waje were in touch with each other. However, the NIA has so far not found any concrete evidence regarding Pradeep Sharma.
During the investigation, many questions are coming up, in which Pradeep Sharma’s name was being taken. The NIA will also interrogate Sharma to know the answers to the same questions.
After all, why was former encounter specialist Pradeep Sharma called?
NIA sources said that there are several reasons for which Sharma has been called:
The SIM card using which Mansukh Hiren was called and called out of the house on 4 March with Tawde’s name, is said that when the card was closed, his last location was JB Nagar area of Andheri (Sharma lives here).
On March 2, when Vinayak Shinde and Sachin Waje sat in an Audi car and went to a meeting in the Western Suburbs area of Mumbai. When this matter came to light, both the people had gone to Andheri and they probably had a meeting with Sharma.
On March 3, Waje is said to have met Param Mumbai’s former commissioner Param Bir and after that he went back to Andheri, where he had a meeting with Pradeep Sharma.
The post of Jaish-ul-Hind which went viral from Telegram, Pradeep Sharma was also behind the post, it is said that.
However, in all these four allegations, no concrete evidence is visible about the hand of NIA to Pradeep Sharma. There are many other theories in which Sharma was being pointed at.
NIA sources also said that after Waje’s arrest, Pradeep Sharma also went to the ATS headquarters where he had a meeting with a senior officer. Pradeep Sharma has also met Commissioner Parambir at that time.
An NIA official said that we are investigating all the allegations that are coming up and Pradeep Sharma has been called for questioning in this regard.
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