Police registered a case of murder against unidentified persons after the hospital report stated that the girl was a day old and had been choked to death using the piece of cloth found in her mouth. Following this, the local police, along with the crime branch, started investigating the matter.
“The woman then told the 30-year-old that she would have to pay Rs 65,000 before they can release him. Scared that Khan would be arrested, the victim made the payment following which she was told that Khan was allowed to proceed to Mumbai from Delhi,” an officer said.
An FIR in this case was registered in 2014 and was part of the nine FIRs registered by the EOW in what was then collectively termed as the “fixed deposit scam”, in which several organisations were duped using the same modus operandi.
Three directors of private firms in the city had been arrested by the EOW on March 16 for allegedly facilitating the fraud. In addition to the three arrested accused, the EOW chargesheeted two others and added the section of criminal breach of trust to the earlier charges.
Named after Savarkar, the revolutionary activist, the road may have been renamed after Independence, but somehow continues to be known best by its colonial name — Cadell Road, after PR Cadell, former municipal commissioner of the erstwhile Bombay.
Mumbai police said Shafiqul Shaikh (25), who was arrested on Monday, wanted to circulate the fake currency — by concealing it in real notes — among the large crowds that head to the market to purchase mangoes
An FSL official told The Indian Express that the laboratory did not get access to the original CD that had 35 audio clips of conversations, purportedly featuring Mopalwar and running to over three hours.
The CDR relies on the tower location of a person on the basis of which his/her location is traced. In the CDR, the service provider mentions the tower number from which the person received network while making a particular call.