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Fake police vehicle seized; held for aiding terror accused

The owner of the car, who was identified as Sukumar Das, allegedly failed to explain why he had a 'police' sticker on his van
Cops seized the vehicle and Das was arrested on charges of impersonation.
Cops seized the vehicle and Das was arrested on charges of impersonation.
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Our Special Correspondent   |   Calcutta   |   Published 16.07.21, 01:37 AM

Tiljala: Traffic police personnel while carrying out a drive to clear no-parking areas found a Maruti Omni with a “police” sticker parked in a no-parking zone on Picnic Garden Road on Thursday.

The officer-in-charge of the Tiljala traffic guard, Souvik Chakraborty, spotted the car. The owner of the car, identified as Sukumar Das, allegedly failed to explain why he had pasted a “police” sticker on his vehicle. Cops seized the vehicle and Das was arrested on charges of impersonation.

Held for aiding terror accused
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Calcutta: A man was arrested for allegedly providing logistic support and funding to the suspected Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh operatives arrested in the city last week.

Lalu Sen alias Rahul Sen alias Rahul Kumar, 38, was arrested in Barasat on Wednesday. “He used to support the JMB operatives by arranging funds for them through hawala and by preparing forged IDs for them,” said a police officer.



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