Illegal Bangladeshis Assaults Cops in mumbai

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    A sub-inspector and a constable were attacked by
    a mob of around 20 when they tried to nab illegal
    migrants in Navi Mumbai, police said. Mumbai Special Branch-I wing sub-inspector S
    Bandekar and constable S B Lande are currently
    undergoing treatment at a private hospital in
    Mulund, police said. Acting on a tip-off, Bandekar, along with his team
    went to Mankhurd late on Sunday night where
    they caught a man identified as Mohammed
    Samshed from Bangladesh, police said. During interrogation, Samshed revealed that
    some more Bangladeshis, who have been staying
    illegally, could be found in Kharghar, Navi
    Mumbai. Bandekar and his men drove to Kharghar where
    they caught eight more people suspected to be
    Bangaldeshis. With further information, Bandekar
    decided to raid nearby Ovale village also. "Bandekar left the eight Bangladeshis, a constable
    and a driver at Kharghar and walked up to Ovale
    village. He was accompanied by Samshed and
    four constables including two females,” an officer
    said. In the meantime, a group of about 20 people
    freed the eight detained, then reached Ovale
    village and attacked Bandekar and constable
    Lande around 2.30 am. An FIR has been
    registered at Kharghar Police Station.

    Cops attacked during raid on Bangladeshis, News - City - Mumbai Mirror
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