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Mumbai Police Undertakes ‘All Out Operation’

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Mumbai: To crack down on criminals, drugs and illicit activities in Mumbai, the city police on Thursday night, undertook ‘Operation All Out’ and in just three hours they lodged 70 arrests, carried out combing operations at 189 locations, checked 7,562 vehicles, registered 53 drug-related offences, conducted 95 raids, among other policing activities.

“Additional Commissioners of Police (Addl CPs) of all 5 Regions, Deputy Commissioners of Police (DCPs) of all 13 Zones, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACPs) of all Divisions, Senior Police Inspectors of all Police Stations remained present in the field in their respective jurisdictions and personally supervised the operation. Maximum manpower from every police station was deployed,” a press release by the Mumbai Police stated.

During the operation, 851 hotels, lodges and musafirkhanas were checked and those found violating rules and regulations were penalised accordingly.

Citywide nakabandis were also organised at 861 locations, and 7,562 vehicles were checked. Action was taken against those who found in violation of motor vehicle rules.

Foot patrolling was also organised at 428 important locations including all crime probe spots, and 95 raids were conducted against illicit activities. During this, one illegal firearm and 11 sharp weapons (knife, swords, etc) were seized. Police executed 167 non-bailable warrants.

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