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S-I posted at Aminabad police station ?abducted?

A SUB-inspector, RN Dwivedi, posted at the Aminabad police station has allegedly been abducted about a week back. Interestingly, his maidservant too has been missing from about the same time.

india Updated: Oct 24, 2006 00:58 IST

A SUB-inspector, RN Dwivedi, posted at the Aminabad police station has allegedly been abducted about a week back. Interestingly, his maidservant too has been missing from about the same time.

A case of abduction has been registered with the Krishnanagar police in this connection. Reports said that Dwivedi had been missing for sometime. But, the cops at the Aminabad police station didn’t pay any attention. It was only after Dwivedi’s family members approached the cops, that the cops got active. On October 16, Dwivedi left the police station and was reported missing since.

On October 17, he was reported absent. According to a cop, Dwivedi and his wife had differences and both were awaiting a legal settlement.

ASP (east) AK Rai said that a police team had been sent to track the missing cop and his maidservant. The cops have also detained some people in connection with the alleged abduction.

Trader held for gambling

A businessman and a transporter were among the 14 persons arrested for gambling in the city on Monday. Later, some persons created a ruckus at Aliganj police station to get the gamblers free.  However, unmindful of the ruckus, the gamblers were not freed.

Police said that assistant police superintendent (ASP) and circle officer (CO), Aliganj, Preetinder Singh caught 7 gamblers near Novelty Cinema on Monday. 

The gamblers tried to throw their weight around. However, the cops brought them to the police station. The cops recovered Rs 85.75,000 from the gamblers.
Three murdered in city

Three persons were murdered in the State capital over the past 24 hours. One Govind opened fire at Nandu of Jaiti Khera village, under Mohanlalganj police station, outside the latter’s house, Gangabal Singh of the village told police.

As villagers gathered, one Kallu asked Govind the reason for firing. At this, Govind started firing indiscriminately. Gangabal’s wife Shivkumari, 45, was hit. She was rushed to the trauma centre, where she died.

In Gosainganj, Bahadur, along with his cousin Vinod, killed Bahadur’s father Ayodhya Pasi. They attacked Ayodhya with sharp-edged weapons when he decided to go ahead with a plan to chop down a tree, despite their opposition.

Ayodhya succumbed to his injuries before he could reach the trauma centre. Mahesh, another son of Ayodhya, lodged a complaint with the Gosainganj police.

In Nigohan, brothers Shivlal and Ramesh entered into an altercation, following which one of them attacked the other with a spade. Ramesh was admitted to Balrampur in a serious condition.

In Madion, gamblers shot dead Surendra alias Chota when he objected to their activities outside his residence at Dhatingara village, police said quoting the victim’s brother Pyare Lal. He was rushed to the trauma centre where he died.