Saturday, 8 March 2014

Islamic cache of illegal weapons unearthed in Canning

It’s no longer a secret that Canning, prosperous town and also headquarters in Canning subdivision in the Indian state of Bengal, has become one of the mainstays of all forms of illegal activities across the state and without a shred of doubt, illegal Muslim infiltration across the Indo-Bangladesh border happens to be a stimulant behind this. The sordid reality came before the eye once more when a cache of illegal weapons was unearthed by questioning two Islamic crooks, nabbed regarding a case of murder recently. The two arrested criminals are Lutfar Naskar and Sattar Mollah. In accordance with police, the cache of illegal weapons, containing firearms and bullets in large numbers, was found in Moukhali, P.S. Jibantala, Canning, on November 27, 2011. Police is considering this as a major breakthrough.
It was July 30, 2011 and on that day Kachimani Jamadar, a young man was murdered in Moukhali; as per local TMC (Trinamool Congress) leadership, Kachimani was a hardcore TMC activist. Who plotted his murder then? The local TMC leaders allege that another faction of the same political party was responsible behind the youth’s slaying and the said felons were directly involved in this gruesome episode. FIR accusing a few persons was also lodged, TMC leaders assert, to the local police station. And the investigation and arrest of Lutfar Naskar and Sattar Mollah was the result of that approach.
Police has stated categorically that a double-barreled rife, a single-barreled rife, 16 rounds of bullets along with lots of other arms and ammunitions were found in the cache.
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