Maharashtra crime: Several persons were allegedly found semi-nude at the dance party when it was raided and 37 people were nabbed for obscenely, the police said
Maharashtra crime: As many as thirty-seven persons were reportedly arrested after a dance party was raided in a resort in Pachgaon near Nagpur, a Crime Branch official said on Monday, reported the PTI.
According to the news agency, several persons were allegedly found semi-nude and were dancing obscenely, he said.
"The raid was carried out late Sunday night. We have arrested 37 persons, including 13 dancers. It was organised by a company dealing in pesticides as incentive for those who made purchases of more than Rs 75,000," he said, as per the PTI.
"Five SUVS, liquor bottles, Rs 1.12 lakh cash were seized. A case has been registered under Indian Penal Code and Maharashtra Police Act," he added, according to the PTI.
Meanwhile, in an another incident, the Pune police in Maharashtra have arrested two persons after recovering mephedrone worth Rs 2 crore from one of them. They have also named a prison inmate receiving treatment at a state-run hospital as the main accused, an official said on Sunday, reported the PTI.
The Anti-Narcotics Squad of the Pune police were on alert after receiving a tip off about a drug dealing near the Sassoon General Hospital, he said.
According to the PTI, the cops took into custody one Subhash Mandal from outside the hospital on Saturday night and recovered 2 kg of mephedrone worth nearly Rs 2 crore from him, the official said.
According to the news agency, the cops took into custody one Subhash Mandal from outside the hospital on Saturday night and recovered 2 kg of mephedrone worth nearly Rs 2 crore from him, the official said.
Mandal told the police that he had received the banned drug from Lalit Anil Patil, a Yerwada prison inmate who is receiving treatment at Sassoon hospital, through one Rauf Shaikh, as per the PTI.
The official said Shaikh works in the canteen of the hospital.
While the police arrested Mandal and Shaikh, they have named Patil as the main accused in the FIR registered at Bundgarden police station under Indian Penal Code and NDPS Act, the official said, according to the PTI.
(with PTI inputs)