Sanket Pathak, Indrajit Singh, Mumbai: The body of the owner of an explosives-laden Scorpio has been recovered outside Mukesh Ambani's home in Mumbai.
According to sources, Mansukh Hiren Naupada, the owner of the vehicle, committed suicide by jumping into Kalwa Nallah near Mukesh Ambani's Mumbai home Antilia.
However, questions are arising over his death as the police have not yet received any suicide note. The Scorpio owner Mansukh Hiren had said during the investigation that his car was stolen, and he had also filed an FIR in the case. The police investigation is going on in the case.
Went missing from home last night
Mansukh Hiren, the owner of a Scorpio found outside Mukesh Ambani's house, went missing from his house last night. Today, a complaint was also made with the police on behalf of the family.
After this, his body was found in Retibandar Khadi, Mumbra, adjoining Mumbai. Initial investigations have led the police to suspect suicide. The police have registered the ADR and started investigating the case.
What was the issue?
It is noteworthy that an explosives-laden Scorpio was found outside Antilia, the Mumbai residence of the country's biggest industrialist Mukesh Ambani.
After this the police traced the car owner and it was revealed that this Scorpio was stolen. The Mumbai Police had said that the suspect's car (in which the gelatin was kept) was stolen sometime back from the Vikhroli area of Mumbai, with its chassis number being slightly damaged.