Mansukh Hiran Forcibly Made To Consume Chloroform Before Being Killed: ATS

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Mumbai, March 25, 2021: The Maharashtra ATS, which is investigating the murder of Mansukh Hiran, owner of a suspected Scorpio car found outside Mukesh Ambani’s house, made a huge revelation in the case. The ATS says that Mansukh was given chloroform forcibly prior to the murder. The ATS expressed this suspicion on the basis of the post-mortem report, according to which he had bruises on his face even before he died.

Mansukh’s body was found in a creek near Mumbai on 5 March. At present, the NIA is investigating the case of a suspicious car found outside Mukesh Ambani’s house as well as investigating this case.

At present, the investigating officers are trying to find out whether the suspended police officer Sachin Vaze was present on the spot at the time of the crime. However, information obtained on the basis of technical mobile towers and IP evaluation shows that when Mansukh was killed, he was present in the vehicle. He is currently under the custody of the NIA and is being questioned by the agency. The ATS arrested former constable Vinayak Shinde (55) and Naresh Dhare (31). Naresh Dhare is a cricket bookie. Right now both of these are being questioned and with the help of many forensic experts, they are trying to find a clue from the vehicle.

What does Mansukh’s postmortem report say?

According to the post-mortem report of Mansukh, some bruises on his face from before death were found. From this, it seems that he must have been forced and given chloroform. According to the Post-mortem report, Mansukh has been found with a scar on the left side of his face and also an injury to the upper part of his nose. Apart from this, there are some marks on the right side of the cheek. According to the post-mortem report, Mansukh had no injuries in the head and other parts of the body.

Murder after getting unconscious?

ATS officials suspect that Mansukh may have struggled when he was to be given chloroform, and during this time, he was forced into injuries on his face. Investigators suspect that Mansukh may have fainted after being given chloroform and was then taken away to be murdered.