Mumbai, May 30: Congress’ Maharashtra pioneer Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil on Wednesday requested that the internet shopping entry Flipkart ought to be prohibited as it was observed to be wellspring of procurement for arms seized in the state’s Aurangabad.
Alluding to the revelation by Aurangabad police on Tuesday that an expansive number of weapons were purportedly purchased online through Flipkart, he said this was setting a “perilous pattern”.
“It is stunning that such arms are currently being transparently exchanged on the web. Police have seized 28 weapons including swords, choppers, blades, kukris, guptis, and so on, which were obtained from Flipkart’s online site,” said Vikhe-Patil, who is the Pioneer of Resistance in the Get together.
Web based shopping has turned into the standard as of late and now it has come to fore that even hazardous and illicit exercises like this are occurring, he brought up.
Vikhe-Patil said the legislature must test who purchased the weapons and why, particularly since Aurangabad has quite recently resuscitated from an episode of common mobs not long ago, and requested to know whether these weapons buy were associated with the ongoing brutality.
The Aurangabad police’s Wrongdoing Branch on Tuesday seized more than two dozen weapons from Mukundwadi and Nageshwarwadi in the city and caught seven people, including the supervisor of a dispatch organization.
Examinations uncovered that the arms were reserved through Flikpart and were conveyed from Punjab’s Amritsar, through dispatch organization, Estacort Administrations Pvt. Ltd.
The police groups attacked the messenger organization and grabbed the weapons, while Aurangabad Police Official Milind Bharambe said he would prescribe to the Home Service to boycott such online buy of arms.
Additionally, he said police are testing what number of more weapons had been requested like this since Aurangabad is a touchy city.
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