Bengal cop received Rs 168 crore in coal mining scam, ED tells court
A special court in Delhi on Wednesday extended the custody of Ashok Mishra, officer-in-charge of Bankura police station in West Bengal, in what is being seen an important turn in the politically sensitive coal smuggling case allegedly involving Trinamool politicians.
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