Cops probe Ram Shin­dePankaja mor­phed article

DNA (Daily News & Analysis) Mumbai Edition - - FRONT PAGE -

Ram Shinde (I am the original po­lit­i­cal heir of Munde, not Pankaja: Ram Shinde)” was posted on Face­book ear­lier this month. “The article was posted with the in­ten­tion of cre­at­ing an­i­mos­ity be­tween Munde and me. A con­flict has taken place be­tween my sup­port­ers and Munde on so­cial me­dia after the article went vi­ral. We later learnt that it was a bo­gus article. I did not say things men­tioned in the article. I then im­me­di­ately lodged a po­lice com­plaint,” Shinde told DNA. “We are try­ing to lo­cate the In­ter­net Pro­to­col ad­dress used by the per­son. The probe is on from all an­gles,” a po­lice of­fi­cer said. The Cuffe Pa­rade Res­i­dents As­so­ci­a­tion (CPRA) have de­clared war on the use of plas­tic in their lo­cal­ity. They have taken it upon them­selves to en­sure that plas­tic bags are not used by shops in the area. The CPRA have taken the shop­keep­ers into con­fi­dence and pro­vided them with pa­per and cloth bags. The shop­keep­ers will hand over cloth bags to res­i­dents after charg­ing them a se­cu­rity fee which will be re­funded once the bag is given back.

Mem­bers of CPRA are cur­rently car­ry­ing out a ‘Plas­tic Free Cuffe Pa­rade’ pro- gramme in as­so­ci­a­tion with the Bri­han­mum­bai Mu­nic­i­pal Cor­po­ra­tion (BMC). More­over, the res­i­dents are also pitch­ing for zero waste gen­er­a­tion and are pro­mot­ing re­cy­cling of waste. The CPRA waste man­age­ment team along with the BMC of­fi­cials

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