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Bihar: J-K man gets 10 years in jail in arms case

Darbhanga (Bihar), (PTI) A Jammu and Kashmir man from whom arms and ammunition were recovered in 2016 was sent to 10 years in jail by a court in Bihar’s Darbhanga district on Friday.

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Additional District and Sessions Judge (IV) Inayat Kareem held Upendra Singh Thakur alias Sardar Singh guilty under different sections of Arms Act and IPC.

He is a resident of Chignana village of Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir.

Besides the 10-year rigorous imprisonment, he was slapped with a fine of Rs 13,000. In case of default, he would have to undergo additional jail term of six months.

Acting on a tip off, a police patrolling team, on August 28, 2016, had arrested Singh near Dilli Mor under the jurisdiction of Sadar police station, when he was trying to flee after alighting from a bus in Darbhanga town, Additional Public Prosecutor (APP) Arun Kumar Singh said.

The police had seized a carbine, a stengun, cartridges of pistols and other items from his possession, he said.

The convict admitted his involvement in several other cases including three murders.

He is facing trial in three cases.

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