Kamala Mills fire: Two owners of '1 Above' pub arrested in Mumbai

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Kamala Mills: Hotelier held for sheltering 1 Above pub owners

Co-owners of 1 Above pub, who was at large and wanted in connection with the December 29 Kamala Mills fire was arrested on Wednesday.

According to Ahmad Pathan, Senior Police Inspector, NM Joshi Marg police, station, "The three main accused - Kripesh Sanghvi, Jigar Sanghvi and Abhijit Mankar - had taken shelter in Vishal Karia's residence after the fire".

The Sanghvi brothers - Kripesh and Jigar - had been charged with culpable homicide not amounting to murder after the fire and the police had been on the lookout for the duo.

Police claims that Kariya, who was arrested on Tuesday, had "sheltered" the owners of 1Above pub who have been absconding ever since.

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The Sanghvi brothers were on their way to meet a lawyer when the police arrested them, unidentified officers said.

Ribeiro, 88, is the former police commissioner of Mumbai who later deputed as the Director General of Police in Punjab and Gujarat followed by a stint as India's Ambassador to Romania. All the three accused will be produced before the court today.

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. They were crossing the road in Badra, when the Police, which had been positioned their, spotted them, gave chase and apprehended the brothers. In its preliminary probe report, the Mumbai Fire Brigade said the blaze possibly started at Mojo's Bistro due to flying embers of hookah and spread to the adjacent 1 Above, a terrace resto-pub.

They were tracked with the active mobile numbers, revealed by Juhu hotelier Vishal Karia during police questioning.

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