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Gateway of India closed for security

“We conducted a search operation for security reasons along with the Coast Guard. Gateway of India will be open shortly for the public as usual”

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Mumbai: Mumbai Police on Thursday issued a “no-entry” notice for tourists visiting the Gateway of India after the city was put on high alert since a boat with three AK-47 rifles was found in Raigad.

“We are alert on coastal security and are coordinating with the Coast Guard,” Mumbai Police Commissioner Vivek Phansalkar told the media.

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According to police sources, the ‘no-entry’ notice will continue only for a short notice. “We conducted a search operation for security reasons along with the Coast Guard. Gateway of India will be open shortly for the public as usual,” said the police official.

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