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Notorious gangster Mohammad Sakil arrested

Cuttack:27/6/17; Notorious gangster Mohammad Sakil and his two aides involved in various criminal cases in the twin cities and nearby areas have been brought here following their arrest on Saturday from Karempudi area of Guntur district in the neighbouring Andhra Pradesh.

The police are likely to take the trio on remand for questioning them on their crime records. Sakil and his aides were arrested by a special police squad in a joint operation with the Guntur police. During the raid, cops had recovered a 7.65 caliber gun and two rounds of live bullets from their possession.

Addressing a press briefing, Cuttack DCP Sanjeev Arora said, “Two months ago we had constituted a special team which raided suspected hideouts of the dreaded criminals in several other states including Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Bihar but they managed to slip away every time

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