Binayak Senís home robbed
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Kolkata: An amount of about Rs 70,000 was allegedly stolen from the residence of human rights activist Binayak Sen in Kalyani in North 24-Parganas on Tuesday. Sen, also a paediatrician, was at home at the time of the incident. The grills of one of the windows were cut open and the cash was taken out of a cupboard in the house. Sen said, "We could not sense the robbery at night. Today in the morning, we noticed that the window grills were cut open and around Rs 70,000 cash was missing from the house. The money was for an upcoming wedding in our house. We have lodged a complaint with the Kalyani police station." Three persons were in the house, including Sen and his mother, at the house when it was robbed. No arrest has been made in this case so far, officials said.
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