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MNS workers arrested for creating ruckus at sale of 'Pakistani brands'

At least 10 Maharashtra Navnirman Sena activists were arrested for allegedly creating ruckus in a Zara showroom at Lower Parel area in Mumbai to oppose the sale of 'Pakistani brands' of clothes.


By   |  Updated On : April 19, 2017 10:43 PM
Representational image (Source: PTI)

Representational image (Source: PTI)

Mumbai :  

In a fit to oppose the sale of 'Pakistani brands' of clothes at least 10 Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) activists were arrested for allegedly creating ruckus in a Zara showroom of apparel at Lower Parel area in Mumbai.

Those arrested included an MNS corporator Datta Narvankar and three women, who were later released on bail, said Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone-III) Pravin Padwal on Wednesday.

The activists barged into the showroom inside Phoenix mall on Tuesday after coming to know of the outlet selling the apparel and accessories of 'Pakistani brands', said the official.

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The activists shouted slogans against Pakistan and threw out the stock of Pakistani brand garments, he said.

According to the officer, the activists also warned the shop management not to sell the cloths of Pakistani brands.

The personnel from NM Joshi Marg police station rushed to the showroom and detained 10 MNS activists. They were brought to the police station and subsequently arrested, he said adding they were later released on bail.

A case under section 143 (unlawful assembly) of IPC was lodged and the probe is on, he added.

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First Published: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 10:02 PM



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