In the Ambani Bomb Scare case, a surprising turn of events took the Mumbai Police by surprise, where the man suspected of planting a bomb in an SUV parked outside the house of Mukesh Ambani, famously known as ‘Antilia,’ allegedly committed suicide by jumping into the Kalwa creek. Mansukh Hiren, who was believed to be the owner of the SUV parked outside the house of the owner of Reliance Industries was allegedly the prime accused in the case and also the main link to move the case forward.
According to the Mumbai Police, Hiren died of suicide, but the condition of the dead body tells a different story. For instance, his legs were tied and a piece of cloth was shoved down his throat.
After seeing the prima facie circumstances, it is impossible to rule out the possibility of a murder conspiracy to shelve the high-profile case. Mumbai Police have already faced a lot of criticism in their “mishandling” of the Sushant Singh Rajput suicide case.
While speaking about the incident, Thane DCP said, “The body of one Mansukh Hiren whose car was outside the Mukesh Ambani residence (with gelatin inside it), died by suicide by jumping into the Kalwa creek. Accidental Death Report registered.”
In response to the incident, Anil Deshmukh, the Home Minister in the Maharashtra government said, “Car owner was Sam Muten who had given it to Mansukh Hiren for maintenance of its interior. Hiren has kept his car as Sam was unable to pay for it.”
He further added, “The cause of the death will be ascertained after the post-mortem report. It will be done by the technical team and the investigation will be handed over to ATS.”
Meanwhile, Hiren’s wife made some serious allegations that he was going to meet senior crime branch officers, but after some time he could not be located and his phone was switched off.
To avoid the derailing of the case, the former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis demanded the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) to probe the case. He said, “I asked in House protection for the Hirens as he was the main link between the case and might be in danger. Now we get to know he is found dead. It makes the case fishy.”
But recently, Shiv Sena’s top brass, Sanjay Raut dismissed the demand of Fadnavis and also placed his trust in the Mumbai Police. He stated that the truth behind the case should be uncovered as soon as possible because it may give a serious dent in the image and reputation of the Maharashtra government.
The truth behind the death of a prime suspect in a plot to murder India’s richest man should prevail over the ‘image and reputation’ of the Shiv Sena-led government. The mystery behind the death of Hiren should be solved soon and the terror conspiracy should be exposed.