What..!! A Man arrested over I Love You messages written on walls
A 50-year-old chartered accountant has been arrested in Chembur, Maharashtra’s capital Mumbai, for his “artwork”. The accused, Ketan Shah, repeatedly wrote a message on the different walls of the city in the name of a girl, due to which the girl lodged a complaint against him. Earlier, the police followed this person, who wrote the message/painting secretly for a few days, then arrested him by tracking the information of his car.
Ketan has alleged that he wrote a message
to the girl about the many signboards, the Metro Project Barriers, the walls
and the things found around the road. At first nobody gave any attention to
these messages, but when the woman’s home was written ‘I Love You’, the woman filed
a complaint. The woman filed a complaint in Tilak Nagar police station in
December that all the messages of this type are being written, they are all for
Sunil Kale, who is investigating the case,
says, ‘The woman told that someone is writing her name everywhere. This case
came in hold, when the name was written out of his house. Six places were
painted and the message was similar. Then we took help from our informers. We
came to know that a man comes by SUV car and writes something on the wall. ‘
After receiving this kind of information,
when the police discovered CCTV footage, Ketan Shah appeared in that video only
at the stated time. Now the police had got enough evidence. In the inquiry,
Ketan admitted that he had written all these messages only. He said, ‘I love
the girl. When I came to know that my messages are being followed, then I wrote
the names of other girls to confuse the police. ‘
Two people arrested for smuggling Pangolin a highly endangered Animal in Mumbai.
Two men were arrested by the Thane Central
Crime Unit on Tuesday when they tried to sell Pangolin, a highly endagered
animal. They came to Thane from Palghar to sell the animal. Investigation is still
going on to find out from where they got the animal.
The police officials got information from an anonymous source
telling that two men are comin to Thane to sell an endangered animal. The police set up a trap on Mumbra-Panvel Road to arrest those men.
“we caught two people, one is
identified as Sagar Maruti Pawar, 33, and Abdul Jalil Yunus Mahmrut, 54, both
from Palghar. When we searched them, we found a bag in which Pangolin was
wrapped with a cloth”, said Dipak Deoraj, Deputy commissioner of
He further added that they are investigating
the case to find out the racket which seems to be a big one, they have also
alerted the forest department regarding the issue.
Bollywood’s biggest filmmaker received death threats from an unidentified caller who has demanded a sum of 50lacs which is to be deposited in a Lucknow-based bank branch.
The accused allegedly threatened filmmaker’s family. Seeking the safety of his family, Mahesh Bhatt went on to file the complaint with Mumbai Police at Juhu police station after they start receiving threat messages on WhatsApp and calls.
The suspect, who was allegedly threatening filmmaker’s family, Sandeep Sahu has been arrested from Uttar Pradesh by the state’s special’s task force (STF) and Mumbai crime branch following written complaint.
UP police are questioning the suspect who was nabbed down by the anti-extortion cell of Mumbai crime branch, sources close to the police department says.
Sources further reveal that Bhatt was first threatened close to midnight on February 26 through a call to his mobile phone following which a case was registered at the Juhu police station on Wednesday.
A case was registered at the Juhu police station on Wednesday.
The accused also asked Bhatt to deposit the money in a bank account.
Police said Mumbai Police anti-extortion cell has begun investigations soon after the Bhatt family registered the complaint.