Mumbai Police get complaint against 'blaring music' from Ambani house

After receiving the complaint, when policemen went to the site, they found no loud music being played, the official added.

Published: 26th July 2017 09:43 PM  |   Last Updated: 26th July 2017 09:43 PM   |  A+A-

Indian business tycoon Mukesh Ambani | PTI

By PTI

MUMBAI: City police early today received a complaint about loud music being played at 'Antilia' building, the residence of Reliance chief Mukesh Ambani, an official said.

After receiving the complaint, when policemen went to the site, they found no loud music being played, the official added.

A complaint was posted on Mumbai Police's twitter handle at 1.04 am today from a twitter handle @randipsmm, which claimed noise pollution due to 'blaring music' played in Antilia, situated on the Altamount Road in the jurisdiction of Gamdevi police station, the official said.

Police took cognisance of the complaint and forwarded it to the main control room and also sent the complaint number to the complainant.

"When a policeman from the Gamdevi Police visited the area, there was no music being played," Netaji Bhopale, Senior Police Inspector of Gamdevi Police Station said.

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