Mumbai: Kamala Mills Fire, an event that took off 14 people’s lives and left several injured, is yet searching for it’s all accused. One of the accused, Yug Tuli, Mojo’s Bistro co-owner, has been arrested by Mumbai police on Tuesday morning. As per a report by news agency, ANI, the accused was, allegedly, absconding from the time Kamala Mills fire broke out. A look out notice was even circulated in the pursuit of arrest of all the accused in the case which included Yug Tuli as well. Yug Tuli was last reported to be in Hyderabad by Mumbai Police while his jeep was seized from his grandfather’s residence.
Another arrest in Kamala mills fire case,co-owner of Mojo’s Bistro Yug Tuli arrested by Mumbai Police
— ANI (@ANI) January 16, 2018
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As per Mumbai Police, Tuli had come to meet someone in Mumbai when he was nabbed by them. Tuli’s whereabouts all these days are a matter of investigation and it will only be clear when he speaks out everything that he did throughout these days and the people who gave him shelter. Meanwhile, an arrested Juhu based hotelier, Vishal Karia, who gave shelter to the owners of the pub was released on bail on Monday.
So far, ‘1 Above’ owner, Abhijeet Mankar, and Yug Pathak, one of the owners of Mojo’s Bistro, including others have been arrested in connection with the massive Kamala Mills fire. Yug Pathak is also the son of former Pune Commissioner, K K Pathak. The Kamala Mills fire was the major fire broke out on December 29 in ‘1 Above’ pub along with Mojo’s Bistro restaurant. The owners are accused of, allegedly, cornering Fire Safety guidelines in their restaurant which led to the massive fire and put people’s lives on stake.
This is the same event, post which, BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) led it’s massive demolition drive in the city against the illegal structures by the restaurant and pub owners. The drive is still reported to be active and BMC is taking utmost measures in the case.