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Five vehicles set on fire

Press Trust of India  |  Tamluk(WB) 

Five vehicles including an ambulance and four taxis were parked in the road near the municipality office last night. Late in the night some miscreants set the vehicles on fire, the sources said adding they are investigating the matter.

  

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Five vehicles set on fire

Five vehicles which were parked near the Tamluk Municipality office here in East Midndapore district were set on fire by miscreants, police sources said today.

Five vehicles including an ambulance and four taxis were parked in the road near the municipality office last night. Late in the night some miscreants set the vehicles on fire, the sources said adding they are investigating the matter.

  
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Five vehicles set on fire

Five vehicles including an ambulance and four taxis were parked in the road near the municipality office last night. Late in the night some miscreants set the vehicles on fire, the sources said adding they are investigating the matter.

  

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