A team of Kandivali police in Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, has arrested a youth for stealing from dozens of medical stores from Bandra to Borivali.
Kandivali: A team of Kandivali police in Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, has arrested a youth for stealing from dozens of medical stores from Bandra to Borivali. The accused was placed in the Covid Center as he had corona. But he ran away and when he got home, his wife informed the police. Meanwhile, the police have arrested the accused.
The case is in Kandivali police station area. Where one accused, Karim Sabula Khan alias Pav, was kept at the quarantine center in Sai Nagar, Kandivali West, on charges of theft in several medical stores. After a medical examination after the arrest of the accused, the police found him to be corona positive. He then cut the window of the quarantine center and fled. Police were trying to track him down.
“After the accused Karim escaped from the quarantine center, we contacted his wife and informed her about Karim’s corona positive report,” said Babasaheb Salunkhe, senior police inspector, Kandivali police station. She was told to inform the police if the accused Karim had returned home.
As soon as Karim reached home, his wife called and informed the police. Police then arrested him from the house. The inspector said Karim has been brought back to the quarantine center in a PPE kit after his arrest. After the accused is cured here, he will be produced in court.
The death toll is steadily rising
There is an atmosphere of outrage across the country over the outbreak of the corona virus. In such a situation, more than 802 deaths due to corona infection were recorded in the state on Saturday. The death toll in Nagpur is still high. The death toll in Nagpur on Saturday was 99, which is not good news.
Such a death toll is horrendous for any city. Not only that, but the death toll in Mumbai has risen sharply. At least 90 people died of corona infection in Mumbai on Saturday. In Pune, 67 people have died. The state currently has a mortality rate of 1.49 and a recovery rate of 84.24 percent.