Following the incident, 36-year-old Ganesh Mhatre lodged a complaint. According to Mhatre, he saw a man falling from the terrace when he was talking to his friend over the phone from a nearby building where the incident occurred. He also said that he saw someone coming down from the building with his flashlight on. Mhatre alerted the police and shot a video of the man coming down from the building.,volleyball events tokyo 2020
According to the police, they have arrested the accused based on the video complaint filed by Mhatre. The police also added that the arrested accused had confessed to the crime he committed and clarified that he wanted to rob the deceased, but he was afraid that Prathamesh might tell someone. Hence, he committed the murder, police said.,unique bet prediction
top assists defenders premier league,In another incident, a man in Gujarat allegedly pushed his son from the Makkai bridge in the Nanpura area on October 31 and made up a story to mislead the cops. Reportedly, the 31-year-old man told the police that his son fell from the bridge while taking a selfie on his phone.
The accused has been identified as Saeed Shaikh. On the day of the incident, Shaikh and his 12-year-old son Zakir Shaikh went to the bridge. Later, Saeed shouted for help saying that his son fell into the river. Following this, the locals informed the police and fire department.,cycling unemployment