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7000 pirated DVDs seized in Maharashtra raid
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NEW DELHI: 7000 DVDs, including those of the latest releases London Dreams and Aladin, were seized and three persons arrested when police station officials raided the road under a flyover in Hadapsar in Maharashtra this morning.

The police also found pornographic films in a set-up just 250 meters away from the police station.

All the three accused are professional vendors who work under an unknown dealer. Police officials have started investigations and are in search for the main dealer. Officials are now tracking the DVD route to the supplier and customers involved in the piracy chain.

If proven guilty, the accused sellers will be booked under the stringent Maharashtra Prevention of Dangerous Activities (MPDA) Act which denies bail to alleged offenders for the first three months.

Movie pirates are now booked under Section 420 of the Indian Penal Code and the Copyright Act.

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good job done by police................the culprits deserve that
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but what to do............sory to say but i alwys download movies from net..........this also ilegal...........but i cant buy all those dvds whicl will cost at least 400 buck for a single movies.............
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