Photos: Campa Cola residents keep BMC away from cutting basic amneties

When BMC officials arrived at Worli's Campa Cola society yesterday to sever power, gas and water supplies to the illegal apartments, residents resorted to supplicating with the authorities.

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The Campa Cola compound residents barricaded the entrance with a human chain to prevent police and civic personnel from entering the compound, just as they had done during the last confrontation in November 2013. In pic: Residents join their hands in front of the BMC officials, come to cut essential supplies to their houses. Pics/Sayed Sameer Abedi

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  • Savio Soares20-Sep-2016

    really Mid-day is this what you go about doing looking to spot women showing their underwear, can you not rather do something positive for the society, women have cleavage and if peverts like you go about doing your business, you are increasing the instance of rape. Get a life. Very disappointed.

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The Campa Cola compound residents barricaded the entrance with a human chain to prevent police and civic personnel from entering the compound, just as they had done during the last confrontation in November 2013. In pic: Residents join their hands in front of the BMC officials, come to cut essential supplies to their houses. Pics/Sayed Sameer Abedi

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