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Student Arrest, pistol-cartridge from the room for raging charges

In the case of ragging at an institute of Selakui in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, the police arrested a BBA student. Police got pistol, five live cartridges and two magazines from the accused room in the hostel. The accused has been sent to jail after the muscle in the court. According to the police, BBA first year student of Doon Business School, Dinkar Mishra, son of Sachchidanand Mishra resident of Nagarnathipuram Gonda (UP) Hal-Selaguchi told Tahrir that he lives in the hostel here.

Ragging in Dehradun

He told that a student of BBA Second year student Mohapatra Shankar Chowk, Nir Kali Mandir, Dumra district, Sitamarhi (Bihar) Hall- Dehradun entered his room on Sunday night. It is alleged that here he was beating and cheating Dinkar in the name of ragging. Not only that, the accused took away the pistol and hurled fire in the air and threatened to kill him. After this, the victim student informed the anti ragging cell through e-mail and later the police beat up the accused on the Tehriar, threatened to kill him with pistol in air and file a lawsuit in the Arms Act. have done.

 




 

The accused did not show the license

SO Sahaspur Naresh Rathore said that the case found to be accurate if the police interrogated the SS Infra hostel of Doon Business School. After this, the room of the accused Shri Prakash searched. Police received a 7.65 mm pistol, two magazines and five live cartridges from there. On not showing its license, the police arrested the accused and presented them in court, from which he sent to jail in judicial custody.

Pistol purchased in 30 thousand from Bihar

According to SO Sahaspur Naresh Rathore, the accused student Shri Prakash told that his father is a lawyer in Bihar. He told that twenty days ago he had come here after spending two months in Bihar. He also told the police that he had bought a pistol from Bihar for buying his pistol for Rs.30,000 to repatriate the boys.

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