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Absconding pub owners produced before court

12 January 2018, 10:28 | Taylor George

Absconding pub owners produced before court

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Kripesh Sanghvi and Jigar Sanghvi were arrested from Mumbai's Bandra locality.

The trio was booked for culpable homicide not amounting to murder and other offences under the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

The Sanghvi brothers, who were on the run since the incident, were arrested from the Andheri area in Mumbai, additional commissioner of police S Jaikumar told PTI.

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The Sanghvi brothers were on their way to meet a lawyer when the police arrested them, unidentified officers said. The NM Joshi Marg police demanded 14 days of custody of all three 1 Above owners in Bhoiwada court, saying they needed to collect information about the interior designer and interrogate the owners of Mojo Bistro and 1 Above together.

Police claims that Kariya, who was arrested on Tuesday, had "sheltered" the owners of 1Above pub who have been absconding ever since. They were crossing the road in Badra, when the Police, which had been positioned their, spotted them, gave chase and apprehended the brothers. According to the fire department, both "1 Above" and "Mojo's Bistro" had illegal structures and flouted fire safety norms.

The police made the arrests a day after taking into custody hotelier Vishal Kariya, who allegedly provided refuge to all three owners of 1Above. At least 14 people died when fire broke out at Kamala Mills in Mumbai on December 29. "Karia said that the moment the accused saw that the FIR named only them and not the Mojo's Bistro owners, they left without disclosing their location", said an officer. Police are also probing if Karia had extended financial assistance. He was handed over the vehicle keys by Kripesh Sanghvi, hours after the incident.

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