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Deputy SP arrested in Dhubri for alleged links with smugglers

Deputy SP arrested in Dhubri for alleged links with smugglers

Jatin Chandra Das, the deputy SP {superintendent of Dhubri police (Border)}, was arrested in Dhubri on Sunday night. Because he was suspected of ties to livestock traffickers.

Additionally, the police nabbed smuggler Rafikul Paramanik.

According to News, Deputy SP arrested in Dhubri assistant superintendent of Dhubri police Rozy Sarmah said that an operation was begun on reliable information from SB (Headquarters). On an alleged relationship between a police official and a network of livestock smugglers. “Numerous squads were created, and raids were carried out at numerous sites around the Dhubri district,” Sarmah continued.

Das was asked to join the inquiry at the Dhubri police station. “Subsequent to the interview, he was apprehended at the police station,” Sarmah said, adding. So, “We apprehended one smuggler and collected around Rs 4.21 lakh during numerous searches.”

The police have opened an investigation in accordance with the Prevention of Corruption Act and other pertinent provisions of the IPC.

Sarmah said that he could not provide specifics at this time since the inquiry is ongoing. So, “On Tuesday, Das and with the other accused will appear before a Guwahati special court when we will seek his police remand,” he added.
Days after the creation of the new administration, the Assam Police initiated a massive crackdown on the state’s narcotics trafficking and smuggling gang.

Because Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma tweeted on Monday:

“Action Against Drugs. The excellent effort of @assampolice in combating the drug issue continues. On May 30, 20 cases were filed; 35 arrests were made; 469.7 grams of heroin were seized; 574.31 kilograms of ganja were seized; 1499 tablets were seized, and Rs 20,700 in cash was recovered.”

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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