The questioning has been going on for 10 hours, police official said. Mumbai Police has not revealed the identity of the suspect detained from Bengaluru yet, except for his age.
Thousands of resident doctors in the state had gone on their strike on Friday, demanding recruitment of non-academic junior resident doctors equal to the number of residents in colleges.
The revised guidelines will come into effect from Tuesday, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said on Monday night.
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said that students of classes 10 and 12 are excluded from this decision which means they can attend schools in person.
DCP (operations) S Chaitanya issued the order, which came into force from 1 pm on Friday and will remain in force till January 15, unless withdrawn earlier.
On 23 December, the MLAs of BJP were protesting against the government sitting on the steps of the Vidhan Bhavan, when Aaditya Thackeray passed by at the same time, following which Rane allegedly made the sound.
Maharashtra Minority Affairs Minister raised the issue in the state Assembly and demanded that the religious leader be booked for treason and arrested.
In its earlier hearing, Shukla abstained from the hearing and had filed an affidavit asking for time to depose before the commission.
“Restaurants, gyms, spas, cinemas halls to operate at 50 per cent capacity attendance. All of them will have to declare their full potential as well as 50 per cent capacity,” it added.
The Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) said in a statement late night on Thursday that the guidelines will be issued on Friday.
Patil made the comments while talking to reporters outside the Vidhan Bhawan ahead of the commencement of the session on Wednesday.
As per the government resolution (GR) dated September 18, 2020, the cut-off date for the minimum age for school admission has been December 31.
Anand tried to end his life soon after by jumping into the Varala Devi lake but passersby rescued him and handed him over to the police, he said.
With the fresh cases, which included three women, the tally of those infected with the newly discovered variant of SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes COVID-19, rose to 28 in the state, the health department said in a bulletin.
The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) on Monday said the two actors had tested positive for the coronavirus and those who came in contact with them were traced and their tests conducted, the results of which were awaited.
An MSRTC spokesperson said the number of suspended employees rose to 10,180, while that of sacked daily wage workers rose to 2,029.
Seven people – four foreign-returnees and three of their close contacts – in Maharashtra were today found positive with the new Covid variant, Omicron, taking the total number of such cases in the country to 12.
The accused was identified as Anish Maldar, a labourer, who resided in Santosh Nagar area of Mumbra, he said.
The BMC issued this order on Friday as Mumbai international airport caters to thousands of travellers on a daily basis.