Mumbai : Deccan Express | Lonavala city police on Monday (July 19) fined two shops Rs 10,000 each for violating corona outbreak rules, while two shop owners have been charged under sections 188, 269 and 3 of the communicable diseases control act 1897 in Lonavla. City Police Inspector Dilip Pawar gave. (Lonavala COVID-19 Norms Violation)
The Government of Maharashtra and the District Collector of Pune have imposed some restrictions on establishments to curb the growing spread of Coronavirus. However, Manoj Ramshankar Jaiswal’s Ramshankar Chana Depot and Rakesh Zaverchand Porwal’s Porwal Collection have been fined Rs 10,000 each for keeping the shops open even after the stipulated time.
Rohit Ramdas Bhalesain’s More Wadewale and Shantaram Ganpat More’s Akash Tea Stall have also been booked under sections 188, 269 and section 3 of the Communicable Diseases Control Act, 1897 for operating their shops longer than the stipulated time.
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Mumbai News | Son brutally kills mother over money dispute, attacked with screwdriver
Mumbai : Deccan Express | Mumbai News | In the Mumbra Reti Bandar complex of Thane district of Mumbai, a son attacked and killed his own mother with a screwdriver. The dispute occurred after the deceased woman refused to give money to her son.
The police reached the spot as soon as they got the information about the incident and took the dead body in their possession.
According to the information, the accused Vishal lived with his mother in the Reti Bandar complex of Mumbra and used to repeatedly demand money from his mother Urmila. They used to have fights over money. This time too there was a fight between the two. Urmila had no idea that her son would take her life just for some money. But in the midst of constant fights, Vishal attacked his mother Urmila with a screwdriver and killed her….Click for details