3 booked for extortion of cattle traders (India Times)

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By India Times team

Mumbai: Adil Kathawala, a cattle trader, has lodged an FIR with the Deonar police against four persons, including two transporters who allegedly threatened to book cattle traders in false cases and extorted Rs 60 per cattle every time they transported goats to Karnataka.

The accused, Ganesh Nakate, Vinod Nakate and Pratik Nanaware, have been allegedly extorting money from cattle traders at Kalamboli toll naka for several months now, the complaint said.

Kathawala said despite paying taxes, the cattle traders are forced to pay protection money. — S Ahmed Ali

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