13th Mar 2019 10:03:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ES Reporter 

ITANAGAR, Mar 13: Intensified drive launched by capital police to implement the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) in run-up to the assembly elections has resulted in seizure of unaccounted cash to the tune of Rs 15,60,000, 20 local daos and removal of 12 posters/defacement.
However, it is not clear whether the money belongs to political leaders and intended for bribing voters. It is also learnt that during regular vehicle checking conducted within Capital Complex, the police detected 12 MV violators so far and imposed Rs 4,400 as fine.
However, no single ILP violators were detected, reads a latest election sitrep report issued by the newly inducted, SP Capital Complex, Tumme Amo.
According to the  SP, 8 rifles/guns had been deposited to the police stations and 15 live rounds were recovered by them following an order to arms holders by DA to surrender all arms/ammunition to the respective police station.
The SP report further reveals that more than 2 cases were registered and 511 were pending. In one case, a person identified as Taba Niya, aged 28 years of village Hokka, Jullang was found in unconscious condition following an attack by unknown persons at around 0230 -0300 hrs near Pachin river. Niya sustained severe multiple injuries and is currently under treatment at GNRC Assam.
The police has registered a case vide ITANAGAR PS Case No 69/19 u/s 326 IPC following a written complaint received from victim’s younger brother Taba Laj which is being investigated by SI L. Buni.
Meanwhile, authorities have also intensified night patrolling by engaging paramilitary forces and IRBNs to thwart any illegal activities.
Furthermore, SP Amo has appealed the public to cooperate with police during checking and refrain from carrying any arms, or cash above Rs 50,000 without documents during poll period.

Kenter Joya Riba

(Managing Editor)
      She is a graduate in Science with post graduation in Sociology from University of Pune. She has been in the media industry for nearly a decade. Before turning to print business, she has been associated with radio and television.
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