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Prostitution at a hookah party in Igatpuri

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Igatpuri court has struck down 52 youths who were hanging out at a hookah party at a well-known Mountshadow resort. He has been remanded in judicial custody for 14 days. Shilpa Siraj Qureshi and Deepali Devalekar, who were supplying women for prostitution, have been remanded in police custody till March 16. Presented by Archana Mahale. The remaining 18 women were ordered to be kept in Vatsalya Home Protection as per Section 15.

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The relatives of the accused will be remanded in custody on their arrival, while the bail applications of the remaining suspects will be filed in the court tomorrow, private lawyers said. However, on the other hand, it has come to light that prostitution is rampant in this party. Therefore, the chain is big and breaking the shackles of these criminals will be a big challenge for the police.

Superintendent of Police Sachin Patil had received information that a hookah party was going on at midnight on March 13 at Mountshadow Resort in Igatpuri. The place was raided on his orders. Two women, including 52 young men and 18 prostitutes from Revati’s hardware spare parts wholesalers across the country and in each state, were handcuffed.

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He was booked at Igatpuri police station under the Unethical Trade Act and Cigarette Tobacco Mumbai Provision Act.

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Igatpuri police produced all the suspects in court. The argument lasted until late Monday evening. Prosecutors sought three days in police custody. However, 18 of these women cannot be charged under this unethical law. The court remanded 52 other youths in judicial custody, saying they were victims.

He was also remanded in police custody as his use of cigarettes and tobacco products was bailable. However, both the women suppliers were remanded in police custody. Adv Rahul Kasliwal, Sachin Bhati, Nadeem Memon, Vilas Patil and Sandesh Deshmukh argued with the public prosecutors on behalf of the suspects.

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