Friday 9 February 2024

Fresh Details Emerge Murder of Shiv Sena Leader Abhishek Ghosalkar

In a startling revelation, the Mumbai Police has uncovered new insights into the murder of Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Abhishek Ghosalkar, shedding light on the intricate web of political rivalry and personal vendetta that culminated in a tragic event.

The latest development came to light as the police apprehended Mauris Noronha's bodyguard, Amarendra Mishra, under the Arms Act on Friday, linking him to the murder with a pistol allegedly used in the heinous crime.

The incident, which occurred during a Facebook Live session, sent shockwaves through the political landscape of suburban Mumbai. Abhishek Ghosalkar, a prominent figure and former corporator, was fatally shot by his old political rival, Mauris Noronha, who later took his own life.

According to Mumbai Crime Branch, Mauris Noronha harbored deep-seated animosity towards Ghosalkar, stemming from allegations of implication in a rape case. Noronha, who spent nearly five months behind bars, nursed a grudge against Ghosalkar, a loyalist of the Uddhav Thackeray-led Sena (UBT).

The investigation revealed that Noronha, driven by political aspirations of his own, attempted to win Ghosalkar's trust by extending an olive branch and even went as far as displaying banners supporting Ghosalkar in his area.

The fatal encounter unfolded when Noronha lured Ghosalkar to his office under the pretext of distributing sarees for women in the area, proposing a reconciliation gesture via Facebook Live. However, the facade shattered as Noronha ruthlessly pumped bullets into Ghosalkar, using his bodyguard's firearm, before turning the weapon on himself.

"After shooting five bullets at Abhishek Ghosalkar, accused Mauris stood at the door and kept looking at him for 3-4 seconds. After completing his target, he tried to shoot himself there, but the pistol did not fire. After this, he went to the upper floor. Above, he loaded the bullet into the pistol and shot himself within 25 seconds," stated the crime branch.

The arrest of Amarendra Mishra under the Arms Act further underscores the intricate dynamics of the case, as investigators strive to unravel the complexities surrounding the tragic demise of Abhishek Ghosalkar, leaving a community in mourning and a city in shock.

The Mumbai Police, under the vigilant supervision of joint commissioner of Police Satya Narayan and deputy commissioner of police Datta Nalawade, continue their relentless pursuit of justice, navigating through the labyrinth of political intrigue and personal vendetta that led to this reprehensible act.

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