Mumbai Crime: 'Singham' cop nabs habitual criminal, parades him in Dahisar slum area

Updated: Jul 05, 2019, 08:18 IST | Samiullah Khan

The accused was involved in more than two dozen cases including murder, extortion and robbery. As a result of this, people in the area feared him

Mumbai Crime: 'Singham' cop nabs habitual criminal, parades him in Dahisar slum area
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A police officer who is posted at the MHH Police station has gained applause and admiration by people after he paraded a renowned individual who is a habitual criminal residing in the slum area of Ganpat Patil Nagar, Dahisar West, last Friday. Apparently, some people have labelled him as 'Singham' and 'Rowdy Policewala'.

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According to the sources, Assistant Police Inspector Mansingh Patil from MHB police station has arrested a habitual criminal, Maru Kumchi Kurve, 32, from Ganpat Patil Nagar, Dahisar west. The accused was involved in more than two dozen cases including murder, extortion and robbery. As a result of this, people in the area feared him.

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On Friday, after Patil arrested the accused, he took him to Ganpat Nagar slums, where the accused lived. He handcuffed him and told people around not to fear him as he is a nobody. He also told the people living in the area to inform the police if someone bothered them in the future.

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