Saturday, May 30, 2009
Wife to replay Kamte phone calls in bid to prove police lapses
Vinita Kamte, wife of slain ACP Ashok Kamte, has set out to establish that the lives of her husband and other officers could have been saved but for the alleged lapses on the part of some senior police officials on 26/11, undaunted by the clean chit given by the state-appointed Ram Pradhan Committee to the Mumbai Police and the government for their response. She has alleged that there were serious lapses and discrepancies on the part of senior police officials. "All the officers who had not performed their duties have been given a clean chit and will continue occupying their office. The government is supporting their cowardice while my husband, who had no business to be on the spot in the first place, gave his life for the nation." She alleged that certain portions of the call records of the police control room on November 26 were deleted. "There is at least 10 minutes of conversation that has been deleted. I have sought records of my husband's calls through RTI."
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