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Ex-cop reveals explosive details about 26/11 terrorist Ajmal Kasab's interrogation

Ex-cop reveals explosive particulars about 26/11 terrorist Ajmal Kasab’s interrogation | Information

Mumbai: Retired Assistant Police Commissioner Samsher Khan Pathan has claimed former Mumbai police commissioner Param Bir Singh “destroyed” a cell phone seized from the 26/11 terror assault convict Mohammed Ajmal Kasab.
Pathan had submitted a written grievance to the Mumbai Police Commissioner in July and requested him to analyze all the matter and take vital motion in opposition to Singh. Although Pathan’s grievance was submitted 4 months in the past, it was extensively circulated on social media on Thursday, the day when Singh appeared earlier than the Mumbai crime department to report assertion in an extortion case registered at Goregaon police station in opposition to him.
Mumbai | Retired ACP Shamsher Ok Pathan in a letter to Mumbai Police Commissioner in July 2021 alleged that “throughout 26/11 terrorist assaults, Param Bir Singh, the then DIG ATS, confiscated terrorist Ajmal Kasab’s telephone, guaranteeing that telephone by no means appeared throughout the probe or trial”
— ANI (@ANI) November 26, 2021
Singh was faraway from the submit of Mumbai police chief in March this 12 months and he was succeeded by senior IPS officer Hemant Nagrale.
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Pathan, within the grievance, has stated the then-senior inspector of the DB Marg police station, N R Mali, had knowledgeable him that they’d recovered a cell phone from Kasab and the gadget was handed over to a constable recognized solely as Kamble. He alleged that Singh, who was then-DIG (Anti-Terrorism Squad), took the cell phone from the constable. Singh ought to have handed the telephone over to Ramesh Mahale, the investigating officer of the 26/11 Mumbai terror assault case, however he “destroyed the important piece of proof”, Pathan claimed within the grievance.
Singh was unavailable for remark.
Kasab was captured alive throughout the terror strike at a number of websites in Mumbai 13 years in the past. After a trial and affirmation of his dying sentence by the Supreme Court docket, he was hanged in November 2012. 
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