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Mumbai News LIVE Updates: Election Squad seizes Rs 72 lakh cash from Ghatkopar East, Neelyog Square in Mumbai

Mumbai News LIVE Updates: The election squad had received a tip off that two people will be traveling through Neelyog Square. Authorities reached the spot and seized the cash. Follow LIVE updates here

Updated on : 20 March,2024 11:31 PM IST  |  Mumbai | mid-day online correspondent

Cash seized at Ghatkopar by election squad. Pic/Rajesh Gupta

Cash seized at Ghatkopar by election squad. Pic/Rajesh Gupta

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Mumbai News LIVE Updates: The election squad seized Rs.72 lakhs from Ghatkopar’s Neelayog square. According to the police, the election squad had received a tip off and had received that two people would be traveling near Neelyog square. The IT department would probe the cause for which the cash was transported. Read More

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