'Time to say goodbye to world coming closer': Mumbai cop Sachin Vaze says fellow officers 'are on to falsely trap me'
'Time to say goodbye to world coming closer': Mumbai cop Sachin Vaze says fellow officers 'are on to falsely trap me'
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Days after his name taking rounds into the murder of Thane based businessman Mansukh Hiran, Assistant Police Inspector (API) Sachin Vaze broke his silence.

In his WhatsApp status, Vaze has stated that history is going to repeat itself, giving an indication that he might be arrested in the case. Meanwhile, a Thane court has rejected Vaze's anticipatory bail application on Friday, Vaze has moved to the court seeking ABA in the murder case of Hiran.

In his WhatsApp status, Vaze wrote, "3rd March 2004, fellow officers from CID arrested me in a false case, that arrest is inconclusive till date. Sensing history is going to repeat. My fellow officers are on to falsely trap me. There's a slight difference in the scenario, then probably I had 17 years of hope, patience, life and service too. Now I will have, neither 17 years of further life nor service, not patience to live. I think the time to say goodbye to the world is coming closer" (sic).

'Time to say goodbye to world coming closer': Mumbai cop Sachin Vaze says fellow officers 'are on to falsely trap me'

Meanwhile, Vaze had moved to Thane Court seeking ABA in the murder of Hiren however the court has rejected his application and kept the matter for hearing on March 19.

Vaze was recently shunted from the Mumbai crime branch over a series of allegations and transferred to Side Branch on Thursday. Vaze was removed after Hiran's wife Vimla suspected him to be involved in the murder and following an uproar in the state assembly over his removal.

Hiran, a businessman from Thane came into the picture after 'his' car carrying 20 gelatine sticks was found parked near the Antilia residence of industrialist Mukesh Ambani on February 25. During the course of the investigation, Hiran was questioned several times by multiple agencies including Vaze who was then in charge of the Criminal Intelligence Unit and handling the probe into the Antilia episode.


On March 5, Hiran's body was recovered from Retibunder Creek in Mumbra, the ATS is probing Hiran's murder case while the probe of the Antilia episode is taken over by the National Investigation Agency.
Vaze was previously heading the CIU of the Mumbai crime branch and handling some high profile cases including the Television Rating Points manipulation scam, fake followers case, Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan's case and several others.

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