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Four detained in Jorhat for spreading rumour

By Correspondent

JORHAT, June 13 � Jorhat police today detained four persons on the charge of spreading rumour of Army�s arrangement for carrying some bodies of the militants by civil ambulances from Rowriya airport to Kolkata and Guwahati.

The accused were alleged to be involved in spreading false information of necessary arrangement of ambulances at Jorhat for carrying the bodies of the militants killed in Manipur operation, conducted by the Army.

The accused Chandra Kanta Saikia, Pinku Ahmed, Jayanta Bora and Tahajud Ahmed have been identified as drivers of taxi and ambulances.

Posing as defence personals over telephone the accused drivers of private ambulances had informed one of their colleague to be ready for carrying some of the dead bodies of the militants to Kolkata. But the matter was confirmed to be false information. The rumour appeared to be breaking news in a television channel as some media people reported it without any confirmation from the Army�s side.

However, police could detain the four accused after an owner of an ambulance informed them about the rumour. Asked about any such arrangement Army sources also denied any kind of such arrangement in Jorhat.

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Four detained in Jorhat for spreading rumour

JORHAT, June 13 � Jorhat police today detained four persons on the charge of spreading rumour of Army�s arrangement for carrying some bodies of the militants by civil ambulances from Rowriya airport to Kolkata and Guwahati.

The accused were alleged to be involved in spreading false information of necessary arrangement of ambulances at Jorhat for carrying the bodies of the militants killed in Manipur operation, conducted by the Army.

The accused Chandra Kanta Saikia, Pinku Ahmed, Jayanta Bora and Tahajud Ahmed have been identified as drivers of taxi and ambulances.

Posing as defence personals over telephone the accused drivers of private ambulances had informed one of their colleague to be ready for carrying some of the dead bodies of the militants to Kolkata. But the matter was confirmed to be false information. The rumour appeared to be breaking news in a television channel as some media people reported it without any confirmation from the Army�s side.

However, police could detain the four accused after an owner of an ambulance informed them about the rumour. Asked about any such arrangement Army sources also denied any kind of such arrangement in Jorhat.