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Two arrested for threatening Marathi movie actor – mumbai information

Sakinaka police on Wednesday arrested two males for allegedly threatening a Marathi movie actor at a grocery store in Sakinaka, Andheri (East). Each males weren’t carrying face masks or sustaining social distance. When the actor and her good friend questioned them about the identical, they began threatening them.

In keeping with Sakinaka law enforcement officials, the incident happened at round 1pm when Manasi Naik and her good friend had gone purchasing at Walkmart Grocery store in Andheri. The arrested accused, recognized as Mehraj Nisar Azmi, 28, and Surya Ramesh Dubey, 20, each vegetable distributors, have been current on the identical retailer.

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“Naik and her good friend have been standing in a queue and have been sustaining social distance by standing on the pre-marked space for every buyer. However Azmi, not like others was not holding social distance and was not even carrying a masks. He was standing very near Naik and her good friend,” stated an officer from Sakinaka police station.

“When Naik requested Azmi to face correctly on the pre-marked space and in addition to put on a face masks, he began arguing together with her, after which additionally known as his good friend Dubey. They then threatened Naik and her good friend saying ‘we are going to see the way you each go away from right here’,” stated Kishor Sawant, senior inspector at Sakinaka police station.

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Naik then contacted the police management room and sought assist. “Our workforce reached the spot and arrested each the accused,” Sawant stated.

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Following Naik’s criticism, police registered a primary info report (FIR) below part 341 (punishment for wrongful restraint), 504 (intentional insult with intent to impress breach of the peace), 506 (2) (punishment for legal intimidation), 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant), 269 (negligent act prone to unfold an infection of illness harmful to life) and 34 (frequent intention) of Indian Penal Code (IPC) and related sections of the Catastrophe Administration Act and Epidemic Act.

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