Updated: November 25, 2021 3:48:52 am
KOLKATA POLICE on Tuesday served a notice under Section 41 A of CrPC to Sanjay Mishra, Officer on Special Duty (OSD) to Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb, and summoned him to appear at Narkeldanga Police Station in North Kolkata in connection with an FIR lodged against him on November 3.,basketball wear number
volleyball live ural,In the FIR, OSD Mishra has been accused of offense in a place of worship, public nuisance, forgery, document forgery, defamation and causing fear or alarm among public. He has also been accused of violating Section 54 of the Disaster Management Act, 2005.
live bet results,Mishra has been asked to appear at Narikeldanga police station at noon on Thursday. The notice said non-compliance might result in his arrest as per law.
volleyball anime movie,“…In exercise of the power conferred U/s 41A CrPC, I do hereby inform you that you are the FIR named accused person of the above referred case and it is revealed during investigation that there are reasonable grounds to question you to ascertain the fact and circumstances from you,” the notice signed by Sub-Inspector Soumit Bandopadhyay said.
wimbledon 2019 results,The notice, which was communicated to Tripura DGP V S Yadav Tuesday evening, asked Mishra to meet Sub-Inspector Bandopadhyay, who is also investigating officer of the case.
volleyball anime movie,Mishra was not available for his comments.
A state government official, who did not wish to be named, said Mishra did not travel to West Bengal in the past few months and questioned how a case for violating Disaster Management Act could be lodged against him at Narikeldanga. “The police may serve notices under Section 41 of CrPC to anyone for investigation. But he (Mishra) didn’t visit West Bengal in last few months. It is strange,” the official said.,molten basketball qatar
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