The Mumbai crime branch has submitted its report on the inquiry into the audition conducted by 1993 serial blasts case undertrial and gangster Mustaffa Dossa at the sessions court in May.
Police sources said local arms division constables, who were tasked with escorting Dossa and his associates from jail, were likely to face the music, as the inquiry has found evidence material against them.
The incident came to light after a 19-year-old model was robbed by Dossa’s aide and his friends, and the model gave a detailed description of the audition at the sessions court. HT had reported on May 23.
Atulchandra Kulkarni, joint commissioner of police, crime, said, “The inquiry has been completed. We have received the inquiry report. The report has now been sent to the commissioner of police, who will take necessary action. There is evidence against some policemen based on which action can be taken.”
The model, along with seven other models, was taken to the sessions court by a model co-ordinator and auditioned by Dossa in the first week of May. She, along with two others, got selected for the assignment in Dubai and was paid Rs1lakh as token amount by the gangster’s aide Khayyumuddin Sayyed.
But Sayyed robbed her of the money by roping in two men to act as police officers.