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GUWAHATI, Aug 8 - Four Bharatiya Janata Party members, including a woman councillor, were today arrested by the police in connection with the case that was registered after miscreants prevented the installation of the statue of Don Bosco at Bharalumukh on Friday morning.

The miscreants had pelted stones at workers and security personnel at the site where the statue was meant to be installed.

The arrested include Sunita Gilmoria (councillor for Ward No. 8), her husband Anish Gilmoria , Raju Prasad Gupta and Raju Roy.

Arrested in connection with the Bharalumukh Police Station case (No. 299/15), the accused were booked under Sections 143, 147, 148, 149, 153A, 109, 333, 353 and 427 of the IPC, of which two are non-bailable.

The Court of the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Kamrup (Guwahati), rejected the bail petition and the accused were remanded to judicial custody. Advocate Bijon Kumar Mahajan appeared on behalf of the accused.

Investigators had sought five days� police custody for Anish Gilmoria, which was also denied by the court.

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Woman councillor among 4 BJP members held

GUWAHATI, Aug 8 - Four Bharatiya Janata Party members, including a woman councillor, were today arrested by the police in connection with the case that was registered after miscreants prevented the installation of the statue of Don Bosco at Bharalumukh on Friday morning.

The miscreants had pelted stones at workers and security personnel at the site where the statue was meant to be installed.

The arrested include Sunita Gilmoria (councillor for Ward No. 8), her husband Anish Gilmoria , Raju Prasad Gupta and Raju Roy.

Arrested in connection with the Bharalumukh Police Station case (No. 299/15), the accused were booked under Sections 143, 147, 148, 149, 153A, 109, 333, 353 and 427 of the IPC, of which two are non-bailable.

The Court of the Chief Judicial Magistrate, Kamrup (Guwahati), rejected the bail petition and the accused were remanded to judicial custody. Advocate Bijon Kumar Mahajan appeared on behalf of the accused.

Investigators had sought five days� police custody for Anish Gilmoria, which was also denied by the court.