Amoha Spa near MIG club VADALUR , CHENNAI AND TAMIL NADU PEOPLE SHOULD READ THIS SO THAT THEY DONT GET FOOLED BY POLITICS PLAYED IN VADALUR

VADALUR CHENNAI AND TAMIL NADU PEOPLE SHOULD READ THIS ARTICLE VERY CAREFULLY .

ATLEAST THOSE PROSTITUTES FROM VADALUR WHO ON DAILY BASIS PLAY POLITICS BASED ON TIMES OF INDIA PAGE IN VADALUR AND IN CHENNAI THEY SHOULD STOP RUNNING THEIR BUSINESS . DO THESE PROSTITUTES SEE ANY ADD ON TIMES NOW PAGE TO CLAIM . THESE PROSTITUTES HAVE DONE LOT OF BUSINESS AND EARNED MONEY . SO THESE PROSTITUTES ONLY WHO EARN MONEY BY CLAIMING ADDS ON TIMES OF INDIA PAGE SHOULD STOP THEIR ACIVITIES .
BASED ON THEIR BEHAVIOUR MAHARSHTRA GOVT HAS ALREADY POSTED MANY ARTICLES AT LEAST NOW THEY SHOULD MING THEIR OWN BUSINESS AND LEAVE MY ACCOUNT. ONLY PROSTITUTES GET INTO OTHER ACCOUNT TO EARN MONEY FOR THEIR FAMILY RIGHT THROUGH ILLEGAL MEANS . SHAME THEY DONT HAVE ANY SHAME .VADALUR PEOPLE SHOULD BE ALARMED BASED ON THEIR ACTIVITIES

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Bureaucrat’s ex-wife nabbed in prostitution case

BAI: The Kherwadi police recently arrested the ex-wife of a senior government official in a prevention of immoral trafficking case.
She was running a prostitution racket from her beauty parlour in Mumbai’s Bandra West. A court has remanded her in police custody till March 29.
The accused, Deepali Rajendra Bhosale, was running Amoha Spa near MIG club. On March 14, social service (SS) branch of Mumbai police raided the premises. They rescued five girls who were being forced into prostitution and arrested two customers in the case.
Bhosale managed to escape from the premises. The SS branch handed over the case to local police (Kherwadi) for investigation.

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The police was inquiring about her details and they traced her on Monday. The police said that she was running a prostitution business from her beauty parlour to avoid suspicion. The SS branch recently learnt about the illegal activities at parlour and raided the premises after sending a decoy.
Bhosale told the police that she and her husband had seperated two years ago. The husband is posted in Pune and was the personal secretary of a senior minister in Maharashtra.

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Maharashtra Dance Bars To Reopen, No Cameras On Dancers: Supreme Court
Mumbai | Reported by Sidharth Pandey, Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Updated: March 02, 2016 19:37 IST
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Maharashtra Dance Bars To Reopen, No Cameras On Dancers: Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has given dance bar owners three days to comply with the rules. (File Photo)

NEW DELHI:
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Top Court nod for Maharashtra dance bars, alters rules for licenses
No camera on dancers, three-foot high non-removable partitions: Court
Court told state govt to grant licenses within 10 days after bars comply
No security cameras will be allowed in the performance areas of dance bars, the Supreme Court ruled today, modifying seven conditions set by Maharashtra Police for granting licences.

Police stations will also not get live feed of video from the dance bars, the Supreme Court said. It has ordered three-foot-high non-removable partitions between the performance areas and audience.

“It is not a case of security in that sense. We also want to ensure safety bereft of obscenity. CCTV to be fitted only at the entrance of the dance bars,” the court said.

Senior advocate Rajiv Dhawan who appeared for a dance bar girls union opposed CCTV cameras saying, “CCTV in shops and restaurants are installed to ensure no one steals. What will be shown in CCTV are not just the bar dancers but patrons some of whom may not want to be identified.”

Clearing the decks for issuing dance bar licences to hotels and restaurants in Mumbai, the top court has given three days to prospective owners to comply with the new conditions after which they will be issued licenses within 10 days.

The court order came after the Maharashtra government watered down some of the conditions for granting of dance bar licences.

The Maharashtra government had banned dance bars in 2005. But in October last year the Supreme Court had overruled the state, saying that those working there had a right to livelihood.

An estimated 70,000 women used to work in Mumbai’s dance bars before the ban. Their association says that many have been left jobless and some forced to find more dangerous employment.

While sources in the Maharashtra Police say that they are considering deploying undercover policemen to ensure that no unlawful activities take place inside the dance bars, the state continues to challenge the matter in Court.
State can’t permit obscenity it has seen in the past in dance bars.
We will approach the Hon’ble Supreme Court with an alternative.

– Devendra Fadnavis (@Dev_Fadnavis) March 2, 2016
Story First Published:March 02, 2016 14:33 IST
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