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No police syndicate on NH 36/37 in Nagaon dist: ASP Kalita

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NAGAON, Aug 4 - Amidst an uproar about a police syndicate on the four-lane NH 36/37, the Additional Superintendent of Police (HQ), Rosie Kalita today addressed a press conference at her office and claimed that no syndicate was being run in the district.

She however admitted that a few lower-level police personnel joining hands with some particular civilians were engaged in roadside collection from trucks during night time which was recorded. Three of them were caught red-handed in a secret operation launched by herself on Friday night on NH 36 near the Nonoi Police Station.

Referring to an enquiry by SP Shankarbrata Raimedhi in connection with a news item regarding an alleged syndicate on NH 36/37, published recently in some local Assamese dailies, ASP Kalita said that she was conducting the enquiry in detail and as a part of that enquiry, she disguised herself in a truck and travelled towards Khothiatoli on Friday, when she was able to catch red-handed three police constables of Nonoi Outpost for collecting ransom.

ASP Kalita said in the conference that these three police constables were Tagar Bora, Surya Tamuli and Nubul Hussain and they were directly closed to Nagaon Police Reserve. She said that 23 other police personnel who had served for long at Kothiatoli, Rangolu and Borghat bypass police patrolling, were also transferred.

Meanwhile, she also said that for busting roadside robberies, Nagaon police would take strict legal action soon against those powerful civilians who had a nexus with the police constables on the roadside �ransom collection� from trucks at night.

ASP, Kalita said that during the last couple of months, Nagaon police had arrested 57 cattle thieves, seized 24 cattle carrier trucks and rescued 394 cattle.

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No police syndicate on NH 36/37 in Nagaon dist: ASP Kalita

NAGAON, Aug 4 - Amidst an uproar about a police syndicate on the four-lane NH 36/37, the Additional Superintendent of Police (HQ), Rosie Kalita today addressed a press conference at her office and claimed that no syndicate was being run in the district.

She however admitted that a few lower-level police personnel joining hands with some particular civilians were engaged in roadside collection from trucks during night time which was recorded. Three of them were caught red-handed in a secret operation launched by herself on Friday night on NH 36 near the Nonoi Police Station.

Referring to an enquiry by SP Shankarbrata Raimedhi in connection with a news item regarding an alleged syndicate on NH 36/37, published recently in some local Assamese dailies, ASP Kalita said that she was conducting the enquiry in detail and as a part of that enquiry, she disguised herself in a truck and travelled towards Khothiatoli on Friday, when she was able to catch red-handed three police constables of Nonoi Outpost for collecting ransom.

ASP Kalita said in the conference that these three police constables were Tagar Bora, Surya Tamuli and Nubul Hussain and they were directly closed to Nagaon Police Reserve. She said that 23 other police personnel who had served for long at Kothiatoli, Rangolu and Borghat bypass police patrolling, were also transferred.

Meanwhile, she also said that for busting roadside robberies, Nagaon police would take strict legal action soon against those powerful civilians who had a nexus with the police constables on the roadside �ransom collection� from trucks at night.

ASP, Kalita said that during the last couple of months, Nagaon police had arrested 57 cattle thieves, seized 24 cattle carrier trucks and rescued 394 cattle.