Mumbai, Nov 27: Reacting to allegations levelled against him by Vinita Kamte in her book on 26/11 attacks, Mumbai Police Joint Commissioner (Crime) Rakesh Maria has threatened to quit, if the charges were not clarified on Friday Nov 27.
In a letter sent to state home minister RR Patil, Maria had insisted Patil to clear him of all the charges. He will also be meeting the minister on Nov 27 on this matter.
Stating that the allegations were baseless, Maria said that he should get a chance to present his side of the story.
In her book titled 'To The Last Bullet' Vinita Kamte, widow of slain IPS officer Ashok Kamte, had criticised Maria, who was incharge of Police Control Room during the 59-hour siege, for denying knowledge about how her husband had reached Cama hospital.
Vinta said that her allegations are based on the information from RTI and the questions raised by her were in accordance with RTI information.
Vinita said that she had written the book in all honesty.The book is said to contain shameful revelations of the 26/11 operations.