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Juhu police have booked three unidentified males for allegedly stabbing a 35-year-old businessman close to Jalsa, actor Amitabh Bachchan’s bungalow.

According to the police, the incident occurred on Saturday round 10pm when the sufferer Aquil Ahmad, a resident of Uttar Pradesh, visited the realm for some private work. “He was walking near Jalsa bungalow, opposite Bharti Arogya Nidhi Hospital when three unknown men accosted him and asked him to consume liquor,” stated a police officer.

Ahmad ignored them however they saved insisting, and an argument ensued. The three accused then began beating Ahmad. One of them later introduced out a knife and stabbed him within the chest, hand, and abdomen. The three accused then fled the scene.

Locals rushed the sufferer to Cooper Hospital the place he’s receiving remedy and is in secure situation. Ahmad advised police that whereas they have been assaulting him, the accused addressed one another as Rajendra, Vikas, and Naresh.

“Based on the victim’s statement, we registered a first information report [FIR] against the three under sections 307 [attempt to murder], 323 [Punishment for voluntarily causing hurt], 504 [intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace] and 34 [common intention] of the Indian Penal Code [IPC] and are investigating the case,” stated an officer from Juhu police station.

Bizman at Bhandup threatened for cash to pay for social gathering

Four folks have been booked by Bhandup police for allegedly making an attempt to extort cash from a 49-year-old businessman on Saturday. The sufferer, recognized as Girish Mishra, is a resident of Dr Ram Manohar Lohia Nagar, Kurla.

According to Mishra’s assertion, on July 4, round 6pm, 4 folks accosted him close to Khindipada, Bhandup. The accused flashed a knife and demanded ₹15,000, saying they needed the cash to have a celebration. The accused threatened to kill Mishra if he didn’t accede to their demand.

Mishra recognized two of the accused as Vicky Gaud and Suraj Mishra, whereas he was unable to determine the opposite two. “After the encounter, Mishra approached the police station and filed a complaint against the four men. We have registered an FIR against them under relevant sections of the IPC,” stated an officer from Bhandup police station.

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