The Enforcement Directorate on Wednesday had raided a number of locations in Jharkhand and a number of other different states and recovered the rifles from a home as a part of an ongoing money-laundering investigation into alleged unlawful mining within the state.
Nonetheless, the Ranchi police later clarified that the weapons belonged to the pressure and two constables have been suspended on this connection.
“Sure information stories by media platforms together with just a few nationwide TV channels level to a deceptive ploy and try and deliberately hyperlink the Chief Minister of Jharkhand to a non-public particular person” reported PTI citing the CM secretariat’s assertion on Wednesday.
Describing this as unlucky and condemnable, the assertion stated if the state authorities comes throughout “any additional… malicious stories and tweets/ digital posts (by media platforms), it is going to be handled as per due authorized provisions”.
It stated the Jharkhand authorities has supplied cooperation to all investigations undertaken by central businesses and it helps freedom of the press.
The rifles have been present in a home in Ranchi, owned by an individual named Prem Prakash.
Because it was raining, two constables whereas getting back from obligation on August 23 had left their weapons with Prakash’s employees whom they know, Ranchi police stated.
The 2 constables have been suspended with rapid impact, police stated.
The ED searches have been carried out after contemporary info got here to the fore following the questioning of two individuals arrested earlier within the case.
(With inputs from PTI)
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