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3-day police remand for Gaurav

Police on Saturday got remand of Gauravjyoti Neog for three days a day after the TV journalist was arrested in the GS Road molestation case. Neog, who filmed the entire shocking incident and was accused of masterminding it, was produced before the Kamrup Chief judicial magistrate on Saturday where police sought him their remand for five days. But the magistrate allowed police to take him in their remand for 3 days.
On Monday he would be produced again before the court.

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