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NIA takes suspended cop Sachin Waze to Mumbai hospital for check-up

The National Investigation Agency on Thursday took suspended police officer Sachin Waze to the government-run J J Hospital for a medical check-up, an official said

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Sachin Waze
Sachin Waze | Photo: ANI

The National Investigation Agency

on Thursday took suspended police officer Sachin Waze to the government-run J J Hospital here for a medical check-up, an official said.

Waze (49) was arrested last month by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in the case of an explosives-laden SUV found near industrialist Mukesh Ambani's residence in south Mumbai and the death of businessman Mansukh Hiran.

The took him to the hospital around Thursday noon, the official said.

Hospital sources later said Waze was examined and then sent back.

"Report given to authorities concerned," a source said.

This was second time that Waze was taken for the medical-check up to the J J Hospital since his arrest.

Waze in a letter on Wednesday claimed former state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh had demanded Rs 2 crore from him to continue his service in the and another minister Anil Parab asked him to collect money from some contractors in Mumbai.

Parab, a Shiv Sena leader, has rubbished Waze's claim.

Deshmukh, a senior NCP leader, resigned as home minister on Monday after the Bombay High Court ordered a CBI probe into corruption allegations levelled against him by former commissioner Param Bir Singh.

The special court here on Wednesday allowed the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to question Waze in connection with its preliminary enquiry (PE) into the allegations of corruption against Deshmukh.

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First Published: Thu, April 08 2021. 14:19 IST
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