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4-day police remand for Bangla dacoits

THE INDORE police on Tuesday got police remand till November 4 for the four Bangladeshi dacoits who have been brought to the City in connection with the dacoity that occurred at Scheme No 78 on the night of October 17.

india Updated: Nov 01, 2006 15:07 IST

THE INDORE police on Tuesday got police remand till November 4 for the four Bangladeshi dacoits who have been brought to the City in connection with the dacoity that occurred at Scheme No 78 on the night of October 17.

The dacoits being brought are from among the 14 who were arrested by Dewas and Bhopal police. They are Mohammad Bacchu, Jahangir, Maldul and Mohammad Inayat. They were brought from Dewas, where the local police had their remand till October 30.

Police hope to recover a major portion of the goods looted from the Dabhare family in the Scheme No 78 loot from them.

Two booked under NSA
TWO PERSONS were booked under the NSA here on Tuesday, one of whom is an accused responsible for burning the bus at Rajwada crossing on October 13. The accused Kishore Dangi, resident of Chhatripura, has already been sent to Bhopal jail.

Dangi had been arrested soon after the incident in which a bus belonging to Islamia Karimia School was torched by mob led by members of saffron brigade after an aged man had been run over by the bus.

Dangi had seven cases registered against him, which made the police ask the district administration that NSA be slapped against him. Another person Yakub, also from Chhatripura area, has been booked under NSA and has similarly been sent to Bhopal jail.