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Case against 8 shopkeepers for opening shops

Aurangabad, April 13: Cases were registered in various police stations against 8 traders who were doing business by opening ...
Case against 8 shopkeepers for opening shops

Aurangabad, April 13:

Cases were registered in various police stations against 8 traders who were doing business by opening shops violating government orders.

Police also took action against two persons who opened a hotel in Sharif Colony on April 12. A case was filed against hoteliers Abu Sohail Khan Abdul Faiz Khan (Rehmania Colony) and Mohammad Rajab Ali (Baijipura) by constable Ramkrishna Aradwad. In another incident, Amol Deepak Jogdande (Town Hall), who opened a Panshop at Town Hall was taken into custody by crime branch police constable Vitthal Sure. In the third incident, Citychowk police registered a case against four persons who were doing business on a handcart at Kumbharwada without wearing a mask. A case was registered against Sheikh Feroz Sheikh Gafoor, Yasin Mohammad Karim, Mohammad Shoaib Mohammad Yaqub and Hanif Khan Ismail Khan on the complaint of constable Arun Chafekar. Police caught hotelier Amol Ashok Jadhav while he was selling tea to customers at Radhika Tea House on Jatwada Road. Constable Pandharinath Jayabhaye registered a case against him.

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