In other news, a 17-year-old boy, along with four others, was arrested by police in Jalgaon district, Maharashtra, for strangling his 20-year-old sister to death and shooting a 22-year-old man dead. year. – from a different caste – who was in a relationship with her. Police said the other four are also related to the woman, with one being a minor. They were opposed to the woman’s relationship with the deceased, Rakesh Sanjay Rajput.
Meanwhile in Pune, in a massive combing operation ahead of the 75th Independence Day, Pune City Police carried out a check on no less than 3,381 history sheets in the city on Friday night and in the early hours of Saturday. During the search operation, the police arrested 61 people for committing various crimes. Police also recovered two pistols, cartridges and 35 edged weapons from some of the defendants. Offenses were filed against them under sections of the Indian Arms Act.
A total of Rs 524.4 crore was collected in the form of settlements in 8,954 cases in the National Lok Adalat held on August 13 in the state. This program has been organized and implemented in the Metropolitan Magistrates Courts of Mumbai under the leadership of the Honorable I/c Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, Mumbai.
Pankaja Munde, BJP national secretary and Madhya Pradesh official, on Saturday expressed his disappointment at the absence of a female minister in Maharashtra’s cabinet. Speaking to Parli media in Beed, Munde said, “I had no role in forming this government…So I won’t take the false credit.”
For the past eight months, residents of the Marathon Cosmos housing company located next to the Tansa pipeline in Mulund (west) have been facing respiratory problems due to smoke emanating from a garment factory, believed to be a manufacturing plant for clothes in the area. The emissions continue to take place despite formal complaints filed with the police, BMC and the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board (MPCB).
On April 6, residents wrote an official complaint letter to BMC’s T Ward and another to Mulund Police Station. Contacted, Kantilal Kothimbare, Senior Inspector of Mulund Police Station, said, “We forwarded the complaint to the BMC as soon as we received it, as issuing permits to the factories is the responsibility of the BMC.