‘Could the Khar police and the CBI have tinkered with the driver’s call data records?’Rediff.com The moon was a crescent in the sky on that dark monsoon night. A middle-aged man, carrying a plastic bag, that said Mamta Tailors on it, was walking swiftly along the ocean promenade at Carter Road, Khar, north west Mumbai, at about 9 pm. In his pocket, or maybe in his hand, was a silver/white cellphone and Rs 100. He was probably slightly out of breath, or even sweating, given that he had been walking about 40 minutes or much more, all the way from Santa Cruz East, north west Mumbai. By the side of the road were clumps of water-logged shrubs, perhaps mangroves. The moustachioed man was headed to this jhar (greenery) to dump his plastic bag. Before he could do so, a white Mumbai police Tata Sumo rolled down the road near him. The jeep scared the man. He took off running. The police, suspicious of a man racing away, came after him and nabbed him. When they opened the Mamta Tailors bag they found a country-made weapon or katta and cartridges inside it. The man was arrested August 21, 2015 for possession… Read full this story
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