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Kero Young arrested in Guwahati

Assam's noted astrologer Amal Das, popularly known as Kero Young was arrested on Sunday by police four days after income tax officials conducted a raid at his residence and business establishments in Guwahati.

According to information, the astrologer was absconding following his implications in tax evasion cases.

Moreover, he was implicated under a few stringent wildlife Acts after the skins and bones of wild animals were recovered by forest officials from his business establishments during the income tax raid before it was sealed.

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Mithu Choudhury/Staff Reporter/Dainik Jugasankha's picture

Original name is Pallab Das
milk talukdar's picture

we the asomiya are good at making God like Kero Young. Who is he to change our fate??? its farcical. down with this kind of cheater, criminal. we are far behind of the world community. No one change his fate but hard work and self confidence. Kero young earned lot of money by cheating people. enough is enough. end justifies the means
rajiv das's picture

It is an irony to see this is happening to Assamese youth who never spare a second to flash their latest mobiles,or motorbikes are so foolish to listen to their parents and visit such astrologers. Its a confused modernity.We are modern but still have faith that in shiny stones2change our future. Yes this time let us say clearly to our elders enough is enough.
Mousami Das's picture

No one should ever go to this bloody astrologer...He is a big fraud.. The way he murdered kanak chodhury proves his disgusted nature...... Fast investigation must be done against this fraud....

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