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Joint combing conducted in Dimapur
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, NOV 27 (NPN):
Published on 28 Nov. 2009 1:12 AM IST
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District administration and police, CRPF, Assam Rifles and IRB personnel conducted a joint combing operations in several colonies in Dimapur Friday morning from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. Speaking to newsmen here today, Addl. SP Dimapur I Sunget Ao, said the main aim behind the combing operation was to ensure that no armed activists roam in civilian populated areas, as clearly outlined in the Ceasefire Ground Rules. Another objective, according to the ASP was to inform public that harbouring armed activists would subject to arrest under appropriate section of law. Niu colony, Nagarjan and Phaibijang under East police station jurisdiction, LRC and Lingrijan under West police station, Signal Angami under Sub-Urban police station and Sovima area under Diphupar Police Station were combed, police said. One improvised pen pistol of .22 calibre; three galantine sticks, four meter fuse and two detonators and one Maruti Gypsy (MN-01K-1785) was recovered in Niu colony, Burma camp and Signal Bosti area respectively during the search, police said. The driver identified as one Henry, of Manipur, was apprehended on charges of not proving valid documents while the house owner of other recovered items could not be apprehended. Around 70 to 80 personnel were involved in two-hour long joint combing, ASP said, and added that such search would continue at “any time and any place”. In another incident personnel of East police station apprehended one person on charges of possessing contraband ganja Friday 3 a.m. On receiving specific information, police team raided the house of the accused, identified as one Chundo Nath (46), of North Tripura district, residing at Rongmai colony, Burma camp and seized 60 kgs of ganja, police said. The accused was booked under Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, police added. Meanwhile, in another case of criminal breach of trust, dishonest misappropriation of property and cheating, police booked the manager of Ismeet Enterprises today. An FIR lodged with East police station by proprietor of Ismeet Enterprises Vito Aomi has charged the manager – identified as one Subrata Sarkar (34), resident of Lumding, Assam, currently residing in West yard colony Dimapur – of misuse of sales money, service centre money and selling goods without cash memo to customers and sub-dealers without his knowledge. The particulars include LG TV, refrigerators, AC, DVD, Stabilizers, Sony LCD TV and the like.

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