NCB has arrested two people including a former Air India pilot. (Express photo)
Mumbai News Today Updates, October 6, 2022: Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on Friday seized 50 kilograms of Mephedrone worth Rs 120 cr in international market from a Mumbai godown, an offical said. The agency has also arrested two including a former Air India pilot, news agency PTI reported.
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Meanwhile, Mumbai Police arrested a man from Bihar’s Darbhanga district in connection with anonymous calls threatening to target industrialist Mukesh Ambani and his family, officials said. A police team picked up Rakesh Kumar Mishra from his village on the intervening night of Wednesday and Thursday, an official said. He has been remanded to police custody till October 10.
In other news, BJP spokesperson Ram Kadam demands permanent ban on film Adipurush for allegedly wrongly portraying Hindu God and Goddesses. Says, ” We will not allow screening of film Adipurush as it has distorted the Hindu gods and Goddesses. Some film producers to earn publicity and money have this habit of distorting facts. But the Hindu society will not tolerate such things.” Apart from banning the film, there should be some rule to ban the producer from film industry and not allow to work for some time, Kadam said.
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About a decade ago, he was felicitated by the police for saving the life of a girl after a road accident in Mumbai’s Worli. In 2016, CCTV footage showed him pulling back a man dangling from the Bandra-Worli sea link trying to end his life. Around 2.40 am Wednesday, he responded to yet another call — about a car with four passengers hitting a railing on the sea link following a burst tyre.
This was the last distress call that 36-year-old Chetan Kadam, a security supervisor, would attend. Minutes later, another speeding car slammed into the handful of rescuers, including Kadam, who had gathered at the site. And he was among the five people who were killed.
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