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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

MUMBAI RAVE PARTY: Cyber Cell to monitor codes used for rave!
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Staff Reporter / The Hindu / MUMBAI, June 29, 2011.

Following the crackdown on a rave in Raigad, the Maharashtra government has asked the Cyber Cell to keep a tab on social networking sites such as Orkut and Facebook for party announcements. “Certain codes, such as ‘ravishing' are used for advertisements, which suggest if it's a rave. I have asked the Cyber Crime to give me a report of party ads and the codes used,” Minister of State (Home) Satej Patil said here on Tuesday.
The Raigad rave was organised by a music company called Beyond Logic and they had put up information about the party on their Facebook page, Deputy Superintendent of Police Namrata Patil told The Hindu over telephone. The police are now investigating drug suppliers for the rave.
Mr. Patil said he had asked the Crime Branch to launch a drive against drug peddling. The police will also probe certain allegations made by suspended police inspector Anil Jadhav against senior officers.

Of the 300 odd participants an Inspector of Anti-Narcotics Bureau of Mumbai Police being present and booked is the most bizarre, it may sound, but not surprising who is familiar with the Mumbai Police: its their officers who act as the supporters of illegal activities in the city.

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