Two motives in NIA chargesheet in the Ambani bomb scare case: Bid to reclaim clout, monetary gains from conspiracy

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The over 10,000-page chargesheet filed by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in the Ambani terror scare case mentions two motives for the accused to place a Scorpio vehicle with gelatin sticks and a threat letter outside the residence of industrialist Mukesh Ambani: the bid to ‘reclaim his clout as the ace detective/encounter specialist’ and ‘to make huge monetary gains from the entire conspiracy’.

While the chargesheet does not explain how the accused planned to make monetary gains in the future after the threat, it states that it wants to continue its investigation of the ‘larger conspiracy’.

Apart from the ten accused arrested in the case, including five dismissed and former cops, the chargesheet has not named any suspects or absconding accused. It states that it is ascertaining ‘the role of other persons’ in the entire conspiracy, placing Waze at the centre of it.

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