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RS 5000/- no big issue for begging professionals!!

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27 arrested in anti-begging drive promptly furnish Rs 5,000 bail each
Posted On: 2017-11-11 Posted By: Nadeem Inamdar Others Hindustan Times Newspapers
PUNE, Nov. 11 -- Twenty-seven beggars arrested during an anti-begging drive in Kondhwa shocked the police by furnishing the required bail amount of Rs 5,000 each. The "beggars" were let off on the same day they were arrested. The drive took place on October 31 and November 3.

Senior police inspector of Kondhwa police station, Milind Gaikwad, said, "We are wondering from where did all that money come from? These beggars are found seeking money and alms every day in Kondhwa."

Kondhwa police began a massive three-phase sweep against beggars in the locality with the help of residents. The beggars were rounded up and brought to the Cantonment court, where the bail was granted.

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