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10 held after raid at Mumbai bar for violation of COVID-19 norms; four women rescued

A team led by DCP Vishal Thakur conducted the raid, he said, "At least 10 male customers, who were present there, were arrested, and four women found serving them were rescued," he said.

Published: 06th August 2021 10:37 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th August 2021 10:37 AM   |  A+A-

After demonetisation, raids were almost a daily affair for the Enforcement Directorate, IT personnel and CBI. Over Rs 266 crore found at a Malappuram bank and the raids on the former TN Chief Secretary Rama Mohana Rao at his office and residence were a few instances that stood out.

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By PTI

MUMBAI: Police have arrested at least 10 men following a raid at a bar in suburban Malad here over alleged violation of coronavirus norms, an official said on Friday.

The raid was conducted at the bar located on S V Road around 9.45 on Thursday based on a tip-off, he said, adding that four women staffers were also rescued during the operation.

"It was found that the bar violated the COVID-19 norms issued by the state government as well as the local civic body," the police official said.

A team led by DCP Vishal Thakur conducted the raid, he said, "At least 10 male customers, who were present there, were arrested, and four women found serving them were rescued."

Further action into the case is being taken, police said.



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