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Success in crime curbs

Patna: Director-general of police (DGP) Neel Mani said a total 55,053 criminals were booked on various charges across the state till July this year. ltogether 30 encounters have taken place and the police also foiled robbery attempts. A total 1,175 firearms, including 105 regular weapons, 2,214 detonators and 10,950 kgs of explosives were seized during police operations. The police also busted 12 mini gun factories and recovered Rs 32.07 lakh. Fake currency worth Rs 8.22 lakh were seized. xperts’ visit Patna: State agriculture minister Renu Devi said the Centre has not provided any special assistance to the state except as per Gadgil formula. The agricultural experts will visit all villages under their panchayats and analyse the problems of farmers. ealthcare Patna: Chief minister Nitish Kumar has said that the present government is committed to providing better healthcare facilities to the people of state and promised bette medical facilities in the state. Kumar inaugurated 105-bed superspecialty hospital, Ford Hospital and Research Centre at Khemnichek near Patna on Tuesday. naction slur Patna: JD(U) accused Union minister for social justice and empowerment Mukul Wasnik of “not doing justice” to his ministerial work as he is "too pre-occupied with party work" on Tuesday. JD(U) general secretaries Sanjay Kumar Singh and Bhim Singh said: "Wasnik is holding an important portfolio in the Congress-led government at the Centre and is also in-charge of party affairs in Bihar, Rajasthan and Delhi. IR against VC Patna: An FIR has been lodged against the vice-chancellor of Kameshwar Singh Sanskrit University at at the University police station in Darbhanga accusing him of making illegal appointments and indulging financial irregularities of Rs 7 crore. he FIR has been lodged . Three others have been named in the FIR. Superintendent of police M.R. Naik confirmed the development
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