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extorsion-Under the headship of City Crime DCP Shashikant Mahawarkar, the Navi Mumbai Crime Branch claims to have arrested two Chota Rajan gang men. The Navi Mumbai police claims to have seized an imported revolver from the two men arrested. Though the men have a license for the revolver, the activities the revolver is put to use shouldn’t be against the law of the land. The two men arrested had demanded extortion of Rs. 15 Lakhs from a businessman at Baba Tower, Sector 17, Vashi. The businessman had already given the men Rs. 1 Lakh. However, when they came again to collect another part of the extortion, the Navi Mumbai crime branch claims to have arrested them red handed. The police say that one of the arrested lived in Dombivli while the other lived in Vashi village. What is most surprising is that one of the two arrested who has a license for a gun, is an accused in a murder case. DCP Shashikant Mahawarkar said that underworld eyeing Navi Mumbai should know that they would have to face the severest of actions by the police, if they do so. APMC POLICE ARREST FOUR PERSONS FOR MURDER AT GHANSOLI The Navi Mumbai Police has arrested four accused in a sensational murder case of Ghansoli. The police gave details to the media in a press conference at the APMC Police Station, presided over by DCP Amar Jadhav. DCP Amar Jadhav informed that the four arrested are young men of the age group between 20-22 years. The four allegedly killed Ghansoli resident Dayaram Gupta at his residence during the day in front of his entire family. The brutal murder case was being investigated after the murder on October 13th. The police say that due to personal rivalry, the accused conspired the murder of the victim. For the Navi Mumbai Police, the murder case solved in 48 hours is another feather in the hat. RESIDENCE AT KOPARKHAIRNE LOOTED Making most of the Diwali and Eid, robbers are eyeing homes locked and looting them. In a similar case, a house at sector 10, Koperkhairane was looted of Rs. 1 Lakh worth jewellery and Rs. 1.5 Lakhs cash. Vigilance on part of residents is utmost important to help the police control the crime. To shop for Eid, KK resident Mohd. Salim went to Mumbai with his family in late evening hours. Robbers took advantage of the closed house and looted Rs. 1 Lakh worth jewellery and Rs. 1.5 Lakhs cash. When the family came back from shopping, they found out about the robbery. The police are investigating how the robbers found out that the keys of the Elmira with the valuables and money was underneath a pillow in one of the bedrooms. The police are conducting the investigations in the case with the help of a dog squad. SPI of Turbhe Dilip Jagtap said that He added that such cases are reported more during festival seasons and hence, residents should be very vigilant.

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