A fake group of six individuals pretending to be officials of the Anti-Corruption Bureau conducted a surprise inspection at a hotel at 10.15 pm.
Nevertheless, the accused were apprehended by the police within a span of four hours. This incident has created a stir. The police have stated that they are currently conducting further inquiries into the matter.
As per the information provided, incident took place in Nerul, Navi Mumbai. It occurred within the premises of a hotel where a group of six individuals barged into hotel. The person leading the group claimed to be an official from the anti-corruption bureau. As a result, the hotel management evacuated all the customers from the hotel.
Following that, he confined two women in the kitchen, alleging that illicit activities were taking place in the hotel. He extorted money from them. The proprietor of the hotel incurred a loss of Rs 50,000 to Rs 60,000 as a result of customers leaving without settling their bills. Furthermore, he threatened to take them all to the police station if they failed to pay, and he extorted money from them.
In the subsequent hours, it became evident that none of the apprehended individuals were affiliated with the Anti-Corruption Bureau, as initially suspected. The Nerul police promptly took action and apprehended the accused within a span of four hours. The group comprises two men and four women. The entire incident was captured on the CCTV camera.