Mumbai Police issues preventive orders for property owners, shares guidelines


Mumbai Police issued a preventive order on Wednesday for property owners in the city who are willing to rent out their space.

The police issued a restraining order and said that looking at the situation in the areas under the control of the Commissioner of Police, D. MumbaiIt is feared that vandals/anti-social elements may seek hideouts in residential areas and there is every possibility of breach of peace and disturbance of public peace with serious threat to human life and damage to private/public property.

Police added that on this account and while it is necessary to do some checks on landlords/tenants so that terrorist-social elements in the guise of tenants do not become the cause of destructive activities, riots, fights etc. ; And immediate action is necessary to prevent it.

The restraining order was issued by Vishal Thakur, DCP, Operations, Mumbai Police.

“This is a preventive order which is issued by the Mumbai Police at regular intervals,” said an official.

The order states that every landlord/proprietor/person carrying on business in any house/property falling under the jurisdiction of the Commissioner of Police, Mumbai, who has given/submitted any accommodation to any person -Given/rented out, will furnish the same details immediately. The said Tenant/Tenant Online at the Citizen Portal

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It states, if the person to whom the accommodation is given/sub-let/rented, the owner and the foreigner, his name, nationality, passport details ie, passport number, place and issue. Date will be presented. , validity, visa details such as visa number, category, place and date of issue, validity, place of registration and reason for stay in the city.

“This order shall come into force from 08/03/2023 and shall remain in effect for a period of 60 days upto 06/05/2023 (both days inclusive) unless earlier withdrawn,” the order said. .

The police have said in the order that anyone violating this order will be punishable under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860.

Follow these steps to submit details online:

Step 1- Visit the official website of Mumbai Police

Step 2- Click the Report Us bar on the home page.

Step 3- Click on the Tenant Information tab

Step 4- Read the note and disclaimer carefully before scrolling down to fill the form.

Step 5- Fill and submit the online form.

The same procedure can be followed by visiting the local police station under the jurisdiction of the Mumbai Police.

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