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Another encounter in capital city; 2 criminals injured, nabbed

4/08/2019 at 9:32 AM

Bhubaneswar: Two hardcore criminals were injured and nabbed in yet another encounter resorted to by the Commissionerate police in the capital city early this morning.

Bhubaneswar: Two hardcore criminals were injured and nabbed in yet another encounter resorted to by the Commissionerate police in the capital city early this morning.

The two injured were identified as Sipun Kabi and Harekrushna Swain. They are associates of the two criminals, Arun Mallick and Bibekananda Nayak, who had been injured and nabbed in an encounter on the Tankpani Road yesterday.

According to reports, the Badagada police intercepted the two criminals in Badagada Chilipokhari area and asked them to surrender. However, the miscreants opened fire at them and tried to flee from the spot. Soon, police retaliated with gunshots, injuring the two.  The police also seized a pistol, some live bullets, a bike and Rs 50,000 from their possession.

Sipun and Harekruhshna were first rushed to a local hospital and then shifted to the SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack in view of their critical conditions.

The two, too, have many criminal cases pending at different police stations in the city, report said.

The two injured were identified as Sipun Kabi and Harekrushna Swain. They are associates of the two criminals, Arun Mallick and Bibekananda Nayak, who had been injured and nabbed in an encounter on the Tankpani Road yesterday.

According to reports, the Badagada police intercepted the two criminals in Badagada Chilipokhari area and asked them to surrender. However, the miscreants opened fire at them and tried to flee from the spot. Soon, police retaliated with gunshots, injuring the two.

Sipun and Harekruhshna were first rushed to a local hospital and then shifted to the SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack in view of their critical conditions.

The two, too, have many criminal cases pending at different police stations in the city, report said.

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