Mumbai traders meet police to discuss their problems

Written By Unknown on Sabtu, 12 Januari 2013 | 22.23

MUMBAI: Over 30 associations of businessmen met police personnel on Friday in south Mumbai to discuss various issues pertaining to them.

Viren shah, president, federation of retail trader welfare association, raised the issue of illegal hawkers and their nexus with the police and BMC officers. Shah also asked traders to help others approach police with their issues.

He insisted that CCTV cameras should be installed outside shops so that not just the robbers but also molesters and bomb planters can be caught easily by the police.

Iqbal Memon Officer, president of federation of readymade garments association ( FORGA ), who coordinated the interaction between the traders and cops, discussed the problem of false complaints lodged against the traders and the issue of extortion.

He also narrated how he was threatened and got the extortionist arrested.

Others present in the meeting included MLA Amin Patel, corporator Javed Juneja, Mohan Gurnani, president Fam, Rajendra Bhalaria, Ashok Patel etc.

Mohan Gurnani raised the issue of traders who are too scared to complain to the police.

Shah asked the police to verify facts before registering a false complaint from anyone against any local trader.

Shah urged police not to scare the traders in theft cases.

He said the police should take the complaint of traders without asking for the bills of goods or proof of cash stolen.

Anda sedang membaca artikel tentang

Mumbai traders meet police to discuss their problems

Dengan url

Anda boleh menyebar luaskannya atau mengcopy paste-nya

Mumbai traders meet police to discuss their problems

namun jangan lupa untuk meletakkan link

Mumbai traders meet police to discuss their problems

sebagai sumbernya

0 komentar:

Posting Komentar Techie Blogger Techie Blogger