Notices Sent to 13 Aides of D-brothers

Another 13 associates of the gangster duo to make themselves present in Chauliganj police station for interrogation.

Published: 09th April 2016 06:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th April 2016 06:26 AM   |  A+A-

CUTTACK: In a bid to detect illegal sand quarrying activities of Dhal Samanta brothers, Commissionerate Police on Friday served notices to another 13 associates of the gangster duo to make themselves present in Chauliganj police station for interrogation.

Sources said notices have been served to eight persons from Cuttack district which include two from Baranga, four from Badambadi and one each from Choudwar and Cuttack Sadar region. Five persons from outside the State (three from Rajastan, one each from Uttar Pradesh and Kolkata) have also been summoned.

While the outsiders have been asked to make themselves present in the police station on or before April 20, the local associates of Dhal Samanta brothers have been directed to present themselves within April 15.

Meanwhile, the gangster siblings, Sushil and Sushant Dhal Samanta, along with seven of their associates were produced before the Sub Divisional Judicial Magistrate (SDJM) court here.

Sources said the duo was produced in the court in connection with the Farooq murder case along with eight fresh cases lodged against them which include extortion and making fake pan cards, debit cards and fraudulent currency transactions.

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