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NIA chargesheets against 5 Nagaland police officers

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GUWAHATI, Jan 29 � The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed chargesheets against five police officers of Nagaland including an officer of the rank of superintendent of police on charges of providing weapons to anti-national elements. The chargesheet was filed in the Special NIA court in Dimapur.

NIA sources said the case (RC-01/2013) was registered at NIA, Guwahati, on the basis of a case in Dimapur Police Station in Nagaland. The chargesheets were filed against Enyihi @ Enyimi Chakhesang (A-1) under sections 120B, 409 and 34 of IPC r/w section 25 (1B) (a) ofArms Act, Sejongmong Sangtam (A-2) under sections 120B, 409 and34 of IPC r/w section 25 (1)(a) of Arms Act, James Ovung (A-3) under sections 120B, 409 and 34 of IPC r/w section 25 (1)(a) of Arms Act, Longlise Sangtam (A-4) under sections 120B, 409, 465, 468,471 and 34 of IPC r/w section 25 (1) (a) of Arms Act and Sashitsungba Ao @ Sashitsungba Longcher (A-5) under sections 120B ,409, 465, 468, 471 and 34 of IPC r/w section 25 (1)(a) of the Arms Act.

These police officials include one in the rank of superintendent of police and another in the rank of SDPO of Nagaland. During the process of investigation, the accused police officials were found to be involved in misappropriation of huge quantities of ammunition from the Arms store of District Police storage, Nagaland by preparing forged documents during the period 2011-2012, with an ulterior motive. From the facts revealed during investigation, it has been established that the chargesheeted police personnel including the senior officials during their service tenure in the district of Wokha, had entered into a criminal conspiracy with the common intention to commit criminal breach of trust by indulging in pilferage of huge quantities of live ammunition from Government storage and to sell those ammunition to anti-national elements in exchange for money, said the NIA.

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NIA chargesheets against 5 Nagaland police officers

GUWAHATI, Jan 29 � The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed chargesheets against five police officers of Nagaland including an officer of the rank of superintendent of police on charges of providing weapons to anti-national elements. The chargesheet was filed in the Special NIA court in Dimapur.

NIA sources said the case (RC-01/2013) was registered at NIA, Guwahati, on the basis of a case in Dimapur Police Station in Nagaland. The chargesheets were filed against Enyihi @ Enyimi Chakhesang (A-1) under sections 120B, 409 and 34 of IPC r/w section 25 (1B) (a) ofArms Act, Sejongmong Sangtam (A-2) under sections 120B, 409 and34 of IPC r/w section 25 (1)(a) of Arms Act, James Ovung (A-3) under sections 120B, 409 and 34 of IPC r/w section 25 (1)(a) of Arms Act, Longlise Sangtam (A-4) under sections 120B, 409, 465, 468,471 and 34 of IPC r/w section 25 (1) (a) of Arms Act and Sashitsungba Ao @ Sashitsungba Longcher (A-5) under sections 120B ,409, 465, 468, 471 and 34 of IPC r/w section 25 (1)(a) of the Arms Act.

These police officials include one in the rank of superintendent of police and another in the rank of SDPO of Nagaland. During the process of investigation, the accused police officials were found to be involved in misappropriation of huge quantities of ammunition from the Arms store of District Police storage, Nagaland by preparing forged documents during the period 2011-2012, with an ulterior motive. From the facts revealed during investigation, it has been established that the chargesheeted police personnel including the senior officials during their service tenure in the district of Wokha, had entered into a criminal conspiracy with the common intention to commit criminal breach of trust by indulging in pilferage of huge quantities of live ammunition from Government storage and to sell those ammunition to anti-national elements in exchange for money, said the NIA.