Theft in Visva-Bharati, vital files missing
Kolkata: Some important documents and hard disks were stolen from the Visva-Bharati University premises in West Bengal`s Birbhum district, police said on Saturday. The varsity was founded by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore.
The theft took place late Friday night from the high-security zone of the university.
"The university filed a complaint on Saturday that some important documents including hard disks containing vital information were stolen from the university premises," a police officer said.
"We are probing the matter and also looking into how the theft took place in spite the place being a high security zone with the university deploying its own security personnel," the officer added.
No arrest has been made so far.
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