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The notice has been issued to all airports to ensure that the people named in the FIR do not leave the country without the prior permission of the Mumbai Police. The police issue such notices in most such cases. “It is usual practice to send names to international airports for those named in (an) FIR in order to (ensure they) seek permission before leaving the country. We cannot comment on specific names sent by EOW to airports,” an NSEL spokesman said.
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