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Mumbai Police to go bulletproof 9 years after 26/11

10 May 2017 | By Mansi Motwani
Mid-week from Mumbai

9 years ago when Anti-Terrorism Squad Chief Hemant Karkare went to take on the terrorists involved in 26/11, his bulletproof vest was no match for the terrorists' AK-47s.

Now, the Maharashtra Police has ordered 5,000 bulletproof vests from MKU, a Kanpur-based renowned military equipment manufacturer, who will be importing them from Germany.

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10 May 2017Mumbai Police to go bulletproof 9 years after 26/11

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According to the director (projects) of MMRC, Subodh Kumar, Chief Minister Fadnavis wants Metro passengers to be able to enter the terminal directly, unlike the current plan, for which commuters have to go up from the underground station.

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