The Maharashtra government has defended Mansuk’s letter alleging police torture

Mumbai: Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and his police have taken a new turn in the incident where an abandoned car with explosives was found near Mukesh Ambani’s house. The letter sent to the car owner Uddhav Thackeray before his death is out. In the letter, the car owner alleges that the police tortured him. Mansuk Hiran, a spare parts dealer from Thane, was found dead yesterday. There has been widespread criticism of the government for not taking action despite receiving the letter.

However, with the death of Mansuk, Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh has revealed that the real owner of the car, Mansuk Ellen, was hired to do the interior work. Shortly afterwards, a letter from Mansuk Uddhav to Thackeray was leaked, prompting the Thackeray government to defend itself. The letter makes serious allegations against the National Investigation Agency, the media and the government.

The investigative agencies themselves have questioned him six times. He made it clear several times that his car had been stolen. The police and the media considered the victim as the accused in the case. I was tired of phone calls from TV channels. They follow me without leaving. The letter said that despite several complaints of police harassment, the authorities did not care.

However, the cause of his death is not clear. On March 2, Mansouk wrote a letter to the Chief Minister and the Home Minister asking for protection from police harassment. An abandoned car was found near Ambani’s house on May 25. Police found 20 gelatin sticks and a threat in the car. Mansuk then came to the scene to show that it was a stolen letter. Manzuk had also produced a complaint to the police that the car was missing.