Mumbai anti-crime drive: 52 needed accused held, a number of fined

Mumbai, January 24

Mumbai police have managed to nab 52 wanted criminals during an enforcement drive held across the metropolis between late Saturday night and Sunday morning, an official said.

Five additional commissioners of police, 13 deputy commissioners of police, several assistant commissioners of police and senior inspectors took part in “Operation All Out”, he said.

“During the operation, 232 places were searched to zero in on 1,369 accused, of which 349 were held along with 52 persons who were on the wanted list. Nakabandi was held at 101 sites, 66 people were charged under NDPS Act and 33 under the Arms Act,” he informed.

The official said 8,597 vehicles were checked, 2,479 motorists were fined for irregularities and 12 were held for drunk driving, and 739 lodges, hotels etc. were combed, he added.

The official said 444 sensitive areas were checked and 31 people held for flouting externment orders. — PTI

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