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Armed miscreants held in Guwahati Rly station

Security forces seized arms and ammunition from a person who claims to be a Nagaland Police constable at the railway station in Guwahati on Wednesday. Identified as Pradeep Kumar, GRP caught him when he was moving suspiciously and about to board the Delhi-bound Sampark Kranti Express arrival here by the Dimapur-Guwahati BG Express.

Two pistols and 90 rounds of cartridges were recovered from his possession during search. Kumar claimed that he was a constable of the Nagaland Police. The veracity of his statement was being checked.

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