Wanted Bangla criminal held
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Kolkata: Subrata Bain, alleged to be one of the top Bangladeshi criminals with terror links, was arrested from central Kolkata on Tuesday. Kolkata Police Commissioner R K Pachnanda said, "Our team had ben tracking Bain for the past several days. He will be produced before the court tomorrow." Police have recovered fake Indian currency notes of face value Rs 11 lakh from him and a firearm. Bain had reportedly fled from a prison in Nepal by digging a tunnel on November 8. His name was in the list of 23 most wanted criminals given by the Bangladeshi government to India.
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