Ex cricketer celebs among 34 booked after 3am Mumbai club raid
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MUMBAI: Former India cricketer Suresh Raina, singer Guru Randhawa, model-actor Zulfikar Syed and Sussane Khan, inside designer and former spouse of actor Hrithik Roshan, have been among the many 34, together with 13 ladies, booked for alleged violations of Covid-19 protocols at a celebration celebration at an Andheri membership within the early hours of Tuesday.
Sahar police registered a primary info report (FIR) towards the 34 for violating pandemic guidelines and Dragonfly Club for staying open until 3am, past the stipulated hours. The FIR mentions 27 patrons, together with, Raina, Randhawa, Syed and some businessman, and 7 membership workers. They have been taken to Sahar police station and later launched on bail. The ladies, together with Khan, have been let off after being served a discover beneath Section 49 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC).
Raina’s administration workforce launched an announcement on Tuesday that he was not conscious of native timings and protocols and regrets the “unfortunate and unintentional” incident.
“Once pointed out, he immediately complied with the procedures laid out by the authorities. He always holds rules and laws laid down by governing bodies with the highest regard and will continue to do so in the future as well,” it learn.
A press release from Randhawa’s workforce, too, mentioned he “deeply regrets the unintentional incident” and he was not conscious of native authorities’ determination to impose an evening curfew “but instantly conformed to all rules laid out by the government officials”. He has promised to adjust to authorities tips and protocols by taking all precautionary measures sooner or later, the assertion learn.
DCP (Zone II) Rajiv Jain was on night time round-up responsibility when he acquired a tipoff that the membership was open. Jain raided it together with a Gamdevi police inspector and Sahar cops.
“Action was initiated against 27 customers, including Raina, Randhawa, Khan and others for violating prohibitory orders (for the pandemic),” mentioned Jain.

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