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    Assam: Suspended BJP leader Dipanjoli Kakati arrested for ‘assaulting’ cop

    Dipanjali Kakati was a former member of the Moran Autonomous Council and executive member of the state BJP committee.

    Guwahati: Suspended Bharatiya Party leader Dipanjoli Kakati was arrested on Saturday morning in Tinsukia for allegedly assaulting a police officer.

    Following the incident, Kakati was suspended from the saffron party and was apprehended by police today from her residence in Tinsukia.

    Earlier in November, Kakati allegedly physically assaulted a police officer inside the Kakopathar police station after the police officer refused to set free a culprit who was brought to the police station for questioning.

    The leader of saffron party has been booked under Section 332 of the IPC – a non-bailable offence.

    Kakati was a former member of the Moran Autonomous Council and executive member of the state BJP committee.

    Although, she filed for a pre-arrest bail in this regard, it remained cancelled.

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