Following the incident, 36-year-old Ganesh Mhatre lodged a complaint. According to Mhatre, he saw a man falling from the terrace when he was talking to his friend over the phone from a nearby building where the incident occurred. He also said that he saw someone coming down from the building with his flashlight on. Mhatre alerted the police and shot a video of the man coming down from the building.,today match soccer cricket
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In another incident, a man in Gujarat allegedly pushed his son from the Makkai bridge in the Nanpura area on October 31 and made up a story to mislead the cops. Reportedly, the 31-year-old man told the police that his son fell from the bridge while taking a selfie on his phone.,pokerstars careers sofia
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