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Cops held

New Delhi, Dec. 12: Two Uttar Pradesh police head constables were arrested on Wednesday for their alleged involvement in the murder of a Delhi Congress corporator a few months ago, reports our special correspondent.

Another Uttar Pradesh constable continues to be at large. According to Delhi police, Ghaziabad police arrested head constables Sripal Singh Raghav and Satinder Kumar. The two, posted at the Newari police station, were on the run. Delhi police had charged them with conniving with the accused to dispose of corporator Atma Ramís body. It was recovered from Chhajaupur in Ghaziabad, weeks after he was murdered.

Police are on the hunt for constable Rakesh Kumar, who was posted at Sapnavat police post in Ghaziabad.

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