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Delhi: Customers Thrash Employees At Croma Store Over iPhone 15 Pro In Kamla Nagar

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Delhi: A video has emerged on social media in which it can be seen that a fight has broken out between the customers and the employees of Croma Store in Delhi’s Kamla Nagar. The fight has been caught on camera and the video of the fight is doing rounds on social media. The video is said to be from a Croma store in Kamla Nagar in Delhi.

Apple launched the iPhone 15 Series in India

Apple had launched the iPhone 15 Series in India and the phone was made available at stores in the country on Friday (September 22). Excitement was high among the iPhone users to upgrade their iPhone to 15 series. The customers lined up outside the stores where the phones were available to buy the phone. Videos also emerged on social media where huge crowds were seen outside the stores to buy the iPhone 15 series.

Employees at the store refused to sell the iPhone 15 Pro to the customer

The video which is said to be from a Croma Store that sells the iPhone 15 series mobile phones. It can be seen in the video that two customers and few employees are exchanging punches and also abusing each other in the store. It is alleged that the fight erupted as the employees at the store refused to sell the iPhone 15 Pro to the customer to which the customer got furious and started to fight with the employee.

The two customers beat the employees with punches

The two customers beat the employees with punches and also dragged and tore the t-shirt of the employee. One of the customers is a Sikh man whose turban fell while fighting with the employee. The other employees at the store tried to separate the customers with the employees who were fighting with each other. However, it is not confirmed that the fight erupted due to the rejection of the employee for selling the iPhone 15 Pro to the customers.

No Police Complaints yet

There are no reports of any Police complaint in connection with the matter. The video is going viral on social media and the netizens are reacting over the video and also taking a jibe at the iPhone users.

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Mumbai Cyber Fraud: 42-Year-Old Homemaker Duped Of Rs 13 Lakh In Online Stock Trading Scam In Mira Road

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Mumbai: A 42-year-old homemaker from Mira Road became the latest target of cyber-criminals who cheated her of more than Rs.13 lakh by promising high returns in stock trading.

In her statement to the police, the complainant who stays in the Delta Garden area said that during her trip to Uttan she came across an advertisement regarding stock trading on Instagram. Upon clicking the provided link, the complainant was added to a WhatsApp group in which tips were provided on stock purchases.

During the initial stages she was able to withdraw Rs. 6,600, prompting her to invest a total of Rs.13.83 lakh for buying shares of various companies through 12 online transactions to specified bank accounts in less than two months.

Though she could see her investments on the online trading application platform, she was unable to make further withdrawals. After seeking a clarification from the group admin, she was asked to transfer Rs. 3.90 lakh towards 30 percent taxes. When she expressed her inability to pump more funds she was removed from the group.

An offence under the relevant sections of the IPC and Information Technology Act-2000 has been registered at the Uttan coastal police station against the yet-to-be identified cybercrooks. Further investigations were underway.

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Mumbai BMW Hit-And-Run Case: Accused Mihir Shah Sent To Police Custody Till July 16

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Mumbai BMW Hit-And-Run Case: Accused Mihir Shah Sent To Police Custody Till July 16

Mumbai: The main accused in the Mumbai BMW hit-and-run case, Mihir Shah, has been sent to police custody till July 3. Mihir Shah, who was missing for three days in the hit-and-run incident that killed a woman, was arrested on Tuesday, July 9.

The development comes a day after Mihir Shah was arrested for allegedly running over his BMW car over Kaveri Nakhwa in Mumbai’s Worli area. Kaveri Nakhwa was further dragged for around 1.5 km by the speeding car, later reports claimed.

Mihir Shah allegedly also swapped his seat with the driver, and fled in another vehicle. Mihir Shah is the son of CM Eknath Shinde led Shiv Sena leader Rajesh Shah and the issue also kicked up a political storm in Maharashtra.

On July 9, Pradeep Liladhar Nakhwa, husband of deceased Kaveri Nakhwa had broken down in tears and had strongly questioned the delay in arrest of the prime accused in the case. He said sobbing, “I asked him to stop, yet he didn’t stop; he ran away. She (the deceased) must have been in so much pain. Everyone knows this but no one is doing anything. There is no one for the poor.”

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A case has been registered against Thane Municipal Deputy Commissioner Manish Joshi, along with five persons

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  • Allegation of filing a case by creating false documents
  • Bribery department will investigate

Thane: Thane Municipal Corporation’s Deputy Commissioner Manish Joshi and five persons have been registered by the Thane Anti-Corruption Department after the order of the court. He was misused to implicate him in a false crime by creating false documents and making entries in his records. There are serious allegations against Manish Joshi that he issued the notice when he was not in the relevant post. Meanwhile, Joshi has rejected these allegations and said that he has approached the High Court against it.

Thane Municipal Corporation Deputy Commissioner Manish Joshi, Kalwa Ward Committee Ward Officer Suresh Shivlal Rajput, Junior Engineer Ravindra Dattatray Kasar, Chief Administrative Office Officer Balu Hanumant Pichad, then Uthalsar Ward Committee Officer Gagan Singh Dan Singh Thapa have been booked under various sections. Thane city police station on Friday. As it has been done, there has been excitement in the circle of the municipality.

According to the information given by the complainant Ad Rajesh Kakad in this case, Shree Subrata Housing Society is an illegal building in Tembhi Naka area of ​​Thane and a notice was given to him by the Municipal Corporation in 2010 regarding illegal construction at this place. Interestingly, after that, without any hearing, without giving me an opportunity to present my case, a case was registered against me under the MRTP Act, with the help of false affidavits and false documents. Interestingly, it was proved in the court that Manish Joshi, who gave the notice, was not in that position at that time. However, the bribery department had filed a petition in the High Court against it, on the other hand, even though there was no status of the court, the police did not file a case. Finally, in 2022, the bribery department withdrew its petition, after bringing this to the attention of the district court, the court ordered to file a case. Kakad has also alleged that there was a big financial transaction between the society and the concerned authorities.

Created false, forged and false documents in willful and willful disobedience of the provisions of law for his own financial gain.This document was recorded in the government records. Also, in order to achieve the same purpose, these documents have conspired to file evidence in the court records and provide information even though it is mandatory by law to give information to the complainants with a view to harming the complainants and misusing their position to implicate the complainants in a false crime, it is alleged in the complaint. has been done.

When contacted with Thane Anti-corruption Department Police Inspector Kawle, he said that investigation is underway in this matter. Meanwhile, “the allegations made by the complainant are wrong. Residents of the building had complained about the illegal extension of the building. On that basis, MRTP action was taken against the complainant as there was no reply even after giving the notice. Deputy Commissioner Manish Joshi informed that we have appealed to the High Court to quash this case.

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