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MLA, residents oppose shifting of Marine Drive police station

DNMUM396609 | 9/14/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :341

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Local MLA and residents of Marine Drive have opposed the shifting of Marine Drive police station from its current address. The shifting will create difficult to access police station as it will be further shifted inside a bylane.
The Marine Drive police station at present stands on Dinshaw Vaccha Road, behind Yashodhan building which is in front of CCI Club in Churchgate. The new building is coming up behind the water pumping station. People who are monitoring construction on site said that the police station work is among the side works that is being done.
“Police stations should be on the main road. It should be clearly visible to people and they should have a sense of security while reaching there,” Raj Purohit, local M
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