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2 CRPF jawans held for selling arms to Naxals
Three cops & retired sub-inspector among six arrested
Tip-off received after Dantewada carnage

The UP Police parades CRPF personnel Vinod Paswan and Vinesh along with retired Sub-Inspector Nandan and displays the bags containing three-and-a-half quintals of live cartridges recovered from them at Rampur on Friday. Lucknow, April 30
The Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force (STF) today arrested six persons, including two serving CRPF jawans and a retired sub-inspector, for allegedly stealing arms and ammunition and supplying the same to Naxals.

The UP Police parades CRPF personnel Vinod Paswan and Vinesh along with retired Sub-Inspector Nandan and displays the bags containing three-and-a-half quintals of live cartridges recovered from them at Rampur on Friday. ó PTI

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