Man held with ammo outside Nitish meeting venue
Patna: A man was arrested with six live cartridges Monday in a security check outside a public meeting of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar here, police said.
The man, a resident of Siwan district, around 145 km from here, was also carrying a gun in his vehicle parked outside the `janata darbar` or public meeting, Patna`s Senior Superintendent of Police Amrit Raj told reporters.
"Bihar police chief Abhyanand held a meeting with top police officer after the man was arrested," a police officer said.
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