Vinita Book -
co-author of 'To The Last Bullet'
(Photo: The Hindu)
R.R. Patil refused to step out of his home during 26/11, says
After Mumbai top cop Hasan Gafoor, it is now the turn of Maharashtra
smashes India's "Islamic terrorism" myth :
A new book curiously titled Who Killed Karkare?
says a nationwide network of ....
Karkare wanted to quit IPS, says wife:
Hemant Karkare, slain chief of the Maharashtra police Anti-Terrorism
Mumbai's Crime Branch Chief, Rakesh Maria has said he is ready to
quit from his post over allegations in a book that he didn't do
enough to provide security cover for slain senior cops Hemant
Karakare, Ashok Kamte and Vijay Salaskar.
has expressed a desire to meet Maharashtra Home Minister RR Patil on
Maria is believed to have sought consent to counter allegations made
against him in a book co-authored by Vinita Kamte, the wife of ACP
Ashok Kamte who was shot dead on the night of the 26/11 terrorist
Maria was in charge of the police control room that night, when
Kamte, encounter specialist Vijay Salaskar and Anti-Terror Squad
Chief Hemant Karakare asked for additional cover to counter the
terrorists near Cama Hospital.
her book titled ''To The Last Bullet'', Vinita Kamte has alleged
that Maria mishandled operations, causing the death of Kamte and his
colleagues. She says her allegations are based on police logs that
she won access to through the Right to Information Act.
Kamte says that after the attacks began, Hemant Karkare asked for
reinforcements, but it took too long to arrive. She also says that
Maria diverted her husband to Cama Hospital from the Trident, where
he was headed.
Kamte vs. Maria verbal war comes after reported differences were
aired about the Mumbai Police.