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Fresh arrest warrant against Rakesh Paul

A special court in Guwahati has issued arrest warrant against Rakesh Paul two days after the former APSC chairman procured bail from the Supreme Court.

Acting on a fresh complaint filed by a youth in Bhangagarh police station, alleging that Paul demanded bribe from him for job the court issued warrant against Paul and to produce him before it accordingly.

Meanwhile, KMSS leader Akhil Gogoi alleged on Thursday that the BJP led government in Dispur indirectly helped Paul procure bail.

 

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