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Unknown faces spark fear

Jamshedpur, July 31: Intelligence sleuths are on the lookout for unfamiliar faces in Mango that have sparked fear among residents here.

The intelligence force became active after over a dozen youths settled in Jawaharnagar in Mango, over the past one month, selling hosiery in Mango, Sakchi, Golmuri and Bistupur. Residents said the youths, living in rented houses on road 9 and road 12 of Jawaharnagar, arrived at Azadnagar at 9am daily and visited wayside hotels for breakfast.

“I keep a close watch on people in my locality. But in the past one month, the sudden emergence of youths having north-Indian features and accents aroused suspicion,” said Aswini Kumar, a resident of Jawaharnagar.

East Singhbhum superintendent of police Naveen Kumar Singh said: “The police are alert and would attend to any objectionable thing.”

Jamsed in steel city

Ganni Jamsed, accused of sending Jamshedpur blast threat emails, tried to implicate his brother-in-law Rahmuddin Sheikh as the latter was a hindrance to his engagement scheduled on August 19.

Jamsed claimed Rahmuddin had played a key role in breaking his previous marriage. So, he tried to send Rahmuddin behind bars, Jamsed confessed after being brought here today.

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