Maharashtra Police has filed a formal application seeking transit remand of suspended API Sachin Vaze for interrogation in an extortion case registered by Goregaon Police. Waje is currently in the custody of the National Investigation Agency for his alleged role in the Antilia bomb case and Mansukh Hiren death case. In the application filed, the state police has also sought the custody of Waze’s aide Sunil Mane for questioning.
On the other hand, Sachin Waje’s custody has been sought till October 22, as the court is awaiting the health report from Taloja Hospital Jail, on the basis of which his remand will be granted.
The extortion case pertains to a complaint filed by private contractor Vimal Agarwal this August. In which it is alleged that former Mumbai commissioner Parambir Singh along with sacked assistant police inspector Sachin Waje extorted lakhs of rupees for running his hotels in Goregaon and Andheri between January 2020 and March 2021.
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Agarwal has claimed that he had given two Samsung Fold-mobile phones worth Rs 2,12,000 to the then CP Parambir along with Rs 9 lakh in cash. The contractor also alleged that both the officials extorted money from other hoteliers and bookies in Mumbai. The FIR registered by the Goregaon police states that Parambir received 75% of the cash extorted by Waje.
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Earlier on September 29, an NIA court had rejected the plea of Sachin Waje to be kept in the house during the investigation. Waje, a key accused in the Antilia bombings and Hiren’s death, has been charged with murder and terrorism.
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The officer had filed a petition seeking three months’ detention to recover after his ‘heart’ surgery. Waje had an open heart bypass surgery on September 13 at a private hospital. After which he was shifted to Tajola Jail Hospital. The NIA had urged the special court not to grant house custody to the sacked policeman, saying he may be absconding.