The police is organising a ‘Children’s safety week’ from November 14 to 20. “This will include several awareness programmes at schools, colleges and ashramshalas. We are holding meetings with parents, teachers and other stakeholders too,” a senior officer said.
In an order, dated November 8, Collector Kailash Shinde stated that if anyone was found to be renting out a room, flat, house, shop or even land to a person from out of India, they will have to inform the police and submit documentation regarding the person occupying their property.
According to the police, the 29-year-old, identified as Liji Kurien, had fled from Santhapura in Kerala with her daughter and her lover, identified as Waseem Kadir, after allegedly killing her husband and disposing of his body.
The staff of Panvel’s Samir Lodge reportedly found the occupants of room number 101 unconscious Saturday afternoon and alerted the police. “All the three occupants showed signs of poisoning and were rushed to a hospital.
Planned in 2013, to ease the traffic congestion at Rajnoli and Mankoli bypass junctions on Mumbai-Nasik highway, the flyover was completed days before the model code of conduct came into force ahead of the October 21 Assembly elections in the state.
The police are also interrogating some jewellery store owners in the area. “The police have been demanding to see our audit reports and the amount we have collected. Why are we being dragged into this?" a shopowner said.
In September, the RBI imposed restrictions on PMC Bank after they found irregularities to the tune of Rs 4,355 crore in bank accounts. A case has been registered by the Mumbai Economic Offence Wing and they have arrested five people, including the promoters of HDIL Rakesh and Sarang Wadhwan.
While the police found the shops bereft of gold ornaments, two teams are allegedly close to tracing the accused in Kerala and Bengaluru. The police also interrogated the staff members, who all claimed innocence.