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Police raids

Motihari, Dec. 27: Police are conducting massive raids to nab robbers who broke into three houses in Chilwaniya and Bankers’ Colony localities on Sunday. The robbers looted the houses one by one from 11.30pm and decamped with articles worth more than Rs 15 lakh,” said Sadar deputy superintendent of police Sushant Kumar Saroj. He added: “Police are conducting raids on possible hideouts in Sugauli, Turkauliya, Banjariya and Motihari Mufassil police station areas. We are using Sashastra Seema Bal dog squad in search operations.”

Condolence

Patna: Bihar Youth Congress chief Lalan Kumar condoled the death of former Karnataka chief minister Sarekoppa Bangarappa, calling him an able politician and a social worker, on Tuesday.

Investment

Patna: National Plastic, one of the country’s leading moulded plastic furniture manufacturers, has invested Rs 20 crore to start a factory at the Fatuha Industrial Area in Patna. Furniture manufactured in the state would be sold in Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha and Bihar.

Allowances

Patna: Arvind Pandey, inspector-general (weaker sections), CID, on Tuesday directed superintendents of police in all districts to provide travel, food, lodging and daily allowances to members of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe whenever they are called during investigation or hearing of a case.