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Bishnupur District Police dispose large quantity of diwali dices, laiyums, drops

IMPHAL, November 10:A total of 118 sets of diwali dices, 96 laiyum, 56 drops, liquor and a Tata truck recovered by the Bishnupur District Police were today produced before media person at the Bishnupur District Police Head Quarter. Later the dices, laiyums, drops and liquor were burnt in the presence of the media persons.

Speaking to the media persons, M Rameshor, Additional SP Bishnupur said that during the Diwali festival district police have seized the components of the dice game and liquor from various parts of the district.

The district police also recovered a missing loaded Tata truck bearing registration number AS01DD-7563 which was missing from September 1 last, along with a goods with the net worth estimated at Rs 43,000,00. The missing report was lodged by Brij Kumar, 39, son of Bikhar Shah of Nagamapal RIMS road to the Moirang Police Station on September 7, he said

And during the course of investigation by the district police led by the ASI M Prasanta proceeded to the house of the alleged accused K Jiten of Tronglaobi Makha Leikai and learnt from the family members that the accused person had not returned home since the last 4/5 days and conducted a search in and around the house in order to recover the missing truck but was not able to find the said truck, he said

He further said that during the further course of the investigation the accused Jiten who is a driver of the missing truck was arrested on September 8 in connection with the case and referred and remanded into the judicial custody for 10 days.

While during the course of interrogation in the police custody the arrested Jiten disclosed that he drove the said Tata Truck from Johrat to Dimapur and from Dimapur in collusion with two person namely Mayenglangbam Prem Singh, 31, son of M Chandrika Devi of Dimapur and Momo Singh, 30, from Bokajan from Assam have brought the said Tata Truck Loaded with Flour ATTA upto Sekmai on September 1 at around 3.30 pm and during that time two unknown youth who had had already been contacted by Prem and Momo was found waiting. After that the accused Jiten returned back home leaving the loaded truck along with the two persons without informing the owner.

The arrested person was remanded to judicial custody on September 18 and is presently lodged at Sajiwa Jail, he said.

On afternoon of November 8 after getting specific and reliable information of Leikinthabi and Tingri area that one Tata Truck had been abandoned along the foothill road between Awang Leikhinthabi and Tingri area of Imphal west a team of district police found the Tata Truck with another Registration Number Plate MN01-0248 and during the checking of the chassis and engine number of the said Tata Truck it tallied with those in the original report of the complainant.

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