Navi Mumbai

Navi Mumbai

During the Holi celebrations, a fight broke out between a Navi Mumbai woman, her son, and a mother over water waste.


According to police, a dispute over the use of water during Holi celebrations in a housing complex led to the beating of a 27-year-old woman in Taloja, Navi Mumbai.

The victim went up to the housing society watchman on Monday to express concern about the water waste that had occurred during the Holi celebrations. She requested him to issue a water-use advisory. But this led to a fight between the complex’s 24-year-old son and his 50-year-old mother, according to PTI.
The victim was attacked by the accused, who allegedly caused serious injuries, as the altercation progressed, according to the complaint and the police.


Following that, an official confirmed to the PTI report that a case was filed at the Taloja police station under sections 353 (assault or criminal force to deter a public servant from the discharge of duty) and 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke a breach of the peace) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

Waiter stabbed to death

A 26-year-old waiter was fatally stabbed on Thursday in Vashi, Navi Mumbai, a police official told PTI on Thursday. According to the report, the deceased Mukesh Mantu Yadav was waiting at a bus stop at 5 am after completing his shift at a local hotel when two bike-borne assailants attempted to grab his bag. 

The duo, per the Vashi Police Station SI Madhukar Bhate’s statement to PTI, assaulted him with a knife. 

“A hotel employee who went to help Yadav was also attacked and injured by the accused. A murder case has been registered against two unidentified persons and efforts were on to nab them,” Bhate told PTI. 

Share trading fraud racket busted

In another unrelated incident, Navi Mumbai Police busted a share trading scam and arrested a man from Mira Road in Thane district. 

According to a report in PTI, the cops also seized seven phones, 15 SIM cards, nine ATM cards from multiple banks, chequebooks, two PAN cards and four rubber stamps. 

Reportedly, the fraud was discovered after a complaint was filed by a man who claimed to have been defrauded of Rs 29 lakh between January 18 and February 29 of this year after being lured into high-return share trading schemes.

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