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Conversation between Param Bir, Waze was in English, couldn't understand: Cops

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Mumbai: The four policemen, including a Sub Inspector, who were present in an alleged secret meeting held by former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh and sacked assistant sub-inspector Sachin Waze in a room in the vicinity of Chandiwal Commission, said they could not decipher the conversation as both the officers had spoken in English.

The Sub-Inspector Bharat Patel, who led the escort team, told the police inquiry committee investigating the incident that occurred on Monday that Justice (Retd) Chandiwal's assistant had asked him to take Singh and Waze out of the room where the commission's proceedings were going on.

The four policemen had escorted Sachin Waze from Taloja jail in Navi Mumbai, where he is a prisoner under trial.

After the incident came to light, Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse-Patil directed the Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale to initiate a probe.

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