One of the two people who asked the address of Antilia, the house of Mukesh Ambani, the country’s famous industrialist and chairman of Reliance Industries, has been identified. Mumbai Police has identified a person asking for Antilia’s address and nothing suspicious has been found in the investigation so far. Police said the identified man has been called for investigation.
The police told about the man that he is a resident of Gujarat and drives a taxi. So far nothing suspicious has been recovered from him. In fact, the security of Antilia, the South Mumbai residence of industrialist Mukesh Ambani, has been increased. In fact, a taxi driver informed the police after two suspected passengers had bags and asked about Antilia’s address.
Police are putting up more barricades outside Antilia, a 27-storey building on Altamount Road, the official said. The taxi driver was standing near Qila Court in south Mumbai when a car came and the occupants asked for the address of Ambani’s residence, the official said. The officer quoted the taxi driver as saying that the two passengers in the car were conversing in Urdu and were carrying two bags.
The officer said that the Azad Maidan police is recording the statement of the taxi driver. Also, the police is verifying the claim of the taxi driver. He said a senior official was monitoring the situation. It is noteworthy that in February this year, a suspicious vehicle was found outside Antilia, in which gelatin sticks (explosive material) were found.