In a rapid and decisive operation, Unit 09 of the Mumbai Crime Branch, led by Senior Police Inspector Daya Nayak, successfully apprehended two individuals at a well-known barrel club in Andheri. The arrests were carried out in response to credible information suggesting that the suspects were not only wielding a pistol but also making threats and engaging in inappropriate behavior towards women. Subsequently, the Amboli Police took immediate action by sealing the club on Tuesday.
The incident unfolded in the early hours of Monday when two men entered the club, initially appearing to be ordinary patrons. However, their behavior took a sinister turn as they began brandishing a pistol, threatening fellow patrons, and engaging in misconduct towards women. Unit 09, acting swiftly on the provided information, conducted a raid that culminated in the arrest of the suspects identified as Samad Raees Khan (23) and Mohammed Asif Khan (56). Notably, Samad has a criminal record, with six cases registered across various police stations in Mumbai, and was previously apprehended by the Hyderabad Police in connection with a narcotics case.
“After reviewing the CCTV footage and identifying the individuals, we took them into custody. A case has been registered under sections 341 (wrongful restraint of a person), 354 A (sexual harassment), and 509 (word, gesture, or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman) of the IPC, along with charges under the Arms Act,” stated Senior PI Daya Nayak.
The Mumbai Crime Branch, known for its prompt and effective actions, has taken a firm stance against such incidents that pose a threat to public safety and well-being. The sealing of the barrel club by the Amboli Police underscores the commitment of law enforcement agencies to ensure the safety of citizens and maintain order in public spaces.
The arrested individuals, Samad Raees Khan and Mohammed Asif Khan, will face the full extent of the law, with charges encompassing not only the use of a weapon but also offenses related to the harassment and intimidation of patrons, particularly women. The Mumbai Crime Branch is set to conduct a thorough investigation to ensure justice is served in this case.
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