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Forensics match voice in audio clip to Mopalwar

DNMUM400854 | 11/15/2017 | Author : Dhaval Kulkarni and Somendra Sharma | WC :578 | Mumbai



Mumbai: In what may add to the woes of beleaguered bureaucrat Radheshyam Mopalwar, a forensic probe has matched his voice with that in the audio clips in which ‘financial matters’ were being discussed.
Highly-placed sources told DNA that Mopalwar’s voice samples had tallied with those in the clips submitted to the forensic science laboratory in Mumbai for testing.
During the monsoon session of the legislature, an audio clip wherein the senior IAS officer was allegedly mediating a land deal involving underhand payments had come to came to light. In the clip, a voice, purportedly that of Mopalwar, is heard seeking Rs 1 crore and making references to money to be paid in the state administrative headquarters of Mantralaya. Read full story


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