Kamala Fire: Mumbai Police arrest pub owners

Kamala Fire: Mumbai Police arrest pub owners

Mumbai police arrested all three owners of 1Above pub, who were wanted in connection with the December 29 Kamala Mills fire that claimed 14 lives.

Mumbai: After 12 days of being on the run, "1 Above" owners Kripesh and Jigar Sanghavi have been arrested by the cops.

The owners have been booked under section 304 (culpable homicide not amounting to murder) of the Indian penal code (IPC).

They have been nabbed a day after cops arrested Vishal Kariya, a hotelier and a known face in Mumbai's social circle, for allegedly giving shelter to the owners of the "1 Above" pub.

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Another co-owner of Mojo's Bistro, Yug Tulli, a Nagpur-based businessman, yesterday filed a pre-arrest bail application before a Mumbai sessions court. The brothers were arrested after the police got leads on their whereabouts while interrogating Vishal Karia, who is known to have helped them hide, reported the Times of India. He was remanded in police custody till January 17. All the three accused will be produced before the court today.

A fire broke out in Mojo's Bistro and spread to the adjoining 1Above, also injuring 55 others.

Police seized an Audi vehicle belonging to them from Karia's Juhu home.

The Sanghvi brothers were absconding since December 29 when the fire swept through "1 Above" and adjacent "Mojo's Bistro" resto-pub in Kamala Mills compound in central Mumbai. The police has also stated that the two could have valid information about the location of Mankar. During investigation, Kariya revealed that when Sanghvis and Mankar saw the news flashing on TV channels that an FIR had been registered against them, they made a decision to flee.