CCB to investigate 'con' companies cases

 
At a press conference he appealed to the investors in these five companies to file a complaint in the local police stations or at the City Crime Branch office.

Replying to a query, Bidari said that while Mohammed Abdul Haleem, suspected terrorist, is not a prime suspect in the Bangalore serial blast case, the Bangalore Police will nonetheless investigate into the matter.

“We will be sending a team from here to interrogate Haleem and find if there are any leads to the Bangalore serial blast,” Bidari said.

Haleem was arrested three months before the Bangalore blasts last year by the Calicut Police in relation to a theft case, he added.

Road humps

A report from the traffic police has been sent to the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) on the directions of the Lokayukta for the removal of road humps in the City.

“A report identifying the road humps at signaled junctions, illegal road humps and those not of prescribed standards as per the Indian Roads Standards have been sent to the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP),” said Additional Commissioner (Traffic), Praveen Sood.

Meanwhile the additional commissioner admitted that most road humps were created without their consent as it was not required.   

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