On Tuesday night, the woman died after she suffered a heart attack and acute respiratory distress syndrome. She had tested positive for novel coronavirus earlier and was the fourth person to die from infection in Maharashtra.
Police said that as the outbreak of the virus is increasing in Mumbai, there is still a lot of confusion as to what should be done in this time and what shouldn’t, and that the simplest solution is to dial the number 100.
His wife and son, both tested positive for coronavirus and themselves in isolation at Mumbai's Kasturba Hospital, bid their final farewell from the isolation ward, from where the body was taken to Shivaji Park crematorium on Tuesday afternoon.
A 20-year-old man, who was about to jump from the sea link, was stopped, while another 27-year-old man, who had already jumped into the sea, was saved with the help of fire brigade officials and local fishermen.
The Indian Navy officer claimed that after they got into his car, the man had whipped out a firearm and demanded Rs 40,000. He also forced him to drive to a nearby ATM and withdraw the money, the officer told police said.
The family of the victim alleged that on Monday while Vijay Birari was sitting in his jewellery shop, Telangana police arrived in four cars. They ransacked the shop following which they took Birari along with the valuables and cash from the shop.
The government’s action came a day after The Indian Express reported that the state’s home department, under the then Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, had awarded the project for digitising Mumbai police’s official records to a private company in October.
Documents accessed by The Indian Express show CrispQ first approached the government with the proposal on September 30, 2019. The model code of conduct for the Assembly polls, held on October 24, had come into force on September 21.
In a coincidence that he attributes to the hand of god, Hiraman said he was planning to conduct his father’s last rites when he received a call from a police constable, who said that a body had been found and it could be his father’s.
According to police, a verbal spat broke out between the victim, Abdul Rauf Abdul Kayyum Siddiqui, and one of the three accused, Hamza (30), when they were playing cricket along with 10 others at Shanti Niketan residential society ground on CST Road in Kurla on January 26.