Two men detained outside Mamata Banerjee's house for carrying arms illegally
Two people have been detained outside West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's house in Kolkata on Monday for allegedly carrying arms, the state police said.
Kolkata: Two people have been detained outside West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's house in Kolkata on Monday for allegedly carrying arms, the state police said.
"Sundari Singh Sardar and Sujat Singura, both residents of Purulia district's Baghmundi, have been detained from outside the Chief Minister's house here in Kalighat area," a police officer said.
According to police sources, illegal arms were seized from the two persons.
They are being questioned by the police to find out why they were roaming near the Chief Minister's residence with illegal weapons.
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