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In Guwahati, Assam Police nabbed three narcotics dealers

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On Sunday, a squad of police officers from the West Guwahati Police Department captured three drug peddlers as part of Assam Police’s ongoing fight on drugs. The three suspects have been named Anup Debnath, Jintu Mandal, and Utpal Das. A crew from the Garchuk Police Station detained Anup Deb Nath of Lalganesh from ISBT.

A raid was carried out in Kahilipara’s PowerHouse neighborhood after Anup Debnath provided information, and the other two suspects, Jintu Mandal and Utpal Das were detained, along with eight vials, one bag containing 12.65 gms of heroin, two scooter bearings, and four mobile phones. “A WGPD team from Garchuk PS detained Anup Deb Nath of Lalganesh at ISBT today,” Guwahati Police posted on Twitter. In response, a raid was undertaken in Kahilipara’s Power House area, where Jintu Mandal and Utpal Das were detained with eight vials of heroin, 12.65 grammes of heroin, one scooty, and four cellphones.”

160th anniversary of the Battle of Phulaguri Dhewa

Assam’s Chief Minister pays respect to the martyrs of Phulaguri Dhewa. On the 160th anniversary of the first peasant rebellion in Assam against the British Raj, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma paid respect to the martyrs of Phulaguri Dhewa.

“Today marks the 160th anniversary of the first peasant rebellion in Assam against the British Raj,” CM Sarma wrote on Twitter. I pay my humble respects to the martyrs of Phulaguri Dhewa who gave their lives in defense of the nation.”

For Assam peasants, October 18, 1961, is a day of inspiration since it symbolizes the beginning of the state’s first organized peasant movement.

The Phulaguri insurrection, also known as the Phulaguri Dhewa, upset the British rule in Assam for the first time. To regain control of the situation, 39 peasants killed and hanged many of the leaders. Assam’s first peasant uprising sparked a wave of subsequent peasant uprisings against British rule

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Three female drug dealers were apprehended near the Guwahati Railway Station

Three women drug peddlers were caught outside the diesel yard at Guwahati Railway Station, thanks to a tip from the Government Railway Police (GRP) Guwahati and the Crime Branch (Guwahati City). Marjane Begum, Bhanu Begum, and Mariam Begum, three female drug dealers, were arrested in Guwahati GRP case no. 31/19 under section 21(a)/29 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985.

It should be noted that the Government Railway Police (GRP) also recovered large quantities of heroin from their possession in 12 little plastic containers measuring 2 grams each.  According to the GRP report, accused Marjina Begum is from Darrang District’s Dalgaon, Mamiram is from Gossaigaon, and Bhanu is from Kokrajhar’s Fakiragram.

Also Read: ASSAM: CM ISSUES GUIDELINES FOR SMOOTH DISBURSEMENT OF PENSION

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