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Muslim crooks are producing and selling fake gold in Assam; 8 criminals arrested with 24 kg fake gold

Dibya Kamal Bordoloi

Dibya Kamal BordoloiSep 18, 2021, 11:52 AM IST

Muslim crooks are producing and selling fake gold in Assam; 8 criminals arrested with 24 kg fake gold

Arrested Arshad Haider, Argum Hussain, and Saddam Hussain are from Ranchi, Jharkhand, and police believe that the arrested fake gold racket has its network in other parts of the country.

 

Guwahati: After drugs, Muslim crooks have a new business in Assam, especially in the north bank of the state. The Sonitpur police are after these vicious criminals, who are now trading in fake gold. Sonitpur police recovered as many as 24 kilograms of fake gold in the last three days and arrested a gang of 8 Muslim criminals from different parts of the district. On Wednesday (September 15), Sonitpur police DSP Sudhanaya Suklabaidya and her team conducted search operations and recovered three fake gold biscuits measuring approximately 3 kgs from the Gudamghat area under Chariduar police station.

Police apprehended five Muslim criminals, namely Sagir Ansari, Md. Saddan Hussain, Arshad Haidar Argum Hussain, Abdul Rahim. Arrested Arshad Haider and Argum Hussain, and Saddam Hussain are from Ranchi, Jharkhand, and police believe that the arrested fake gold racket has its network in other parts of the country. Police also recovered some equipment, tools, and chemicals used to test and mix metal from their possession.

Total 3 Nos of successful recoveries has been made in last 03 days, and a total 24 kgs (approx) of fake gold has been recovered along with apprehension of 8 fake gold racketeers.

On Tuesday also Sonitpur Police led Sub Inspector Bhargab Borbora, I/C Borghat outpost, and the team conducted another successful operation at Napam market in Tezpur town and recovered four fake gold biscuits weighing approximately 1.4 kilograms. The team arrested the fake gold racket criminal Kitab Ali. Further investigation is going on to find out other members of this notorious racket.

On 15th September, a team of Sonitpur police led by DSPSudhanya Suklabadya conducted a very successful operation at Gudamghat Miri Village and recovered fake gold biscuits and articles measuring 19.785 kilograms. During the operation, five numbers of fake gold boats, three numbers of fake gold Jesus idols, fake gold biscuits, and rupees cash. 2,03000, two vehicles, three mobile handsets were recovered.

The team successfully nabbed one of the masterminds of the fake gold racket, Samed Ali. After thorough interrogation, another member of the racket, namely Chobikul Islam, was also apprehended later. This racket operates in the Sonitpur district, which used to cheat innocent public in the name of selling gold articles found in excavation or during construction at very cheap prices. A case vides Chariduar police station case no 166/2021 under section 120B/420/392 has been registered in this regard, and further investigation is on to nab other members of the racket.

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on Sep 23 2021 15:39:43

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