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KANNUR: Mayyil police arrested a sand mafia gang led by a policeman attached to the Azhikkal coastal police station and seized two lorries from Munderikadavu bridge near Mayyil in the district. According to police, they were identified as M Nowshad (37) of Chavassery near Mattanur, who was a policeman in AR camp, now attached to Azhikkal coastal police station as a boatman and K P Shabeer (28) of Kattampally, who was also one of the drivers of the lorry. Police registered a case under sections 20 and 21 of the legislation for protection of river banks. The arrests were made when Mayyil Sub Inspector of Police Surendran and his team were on patrolling duty, to check sand mining from Valapatnam River.

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