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'..did not find any specific threat.......', police briefs media after BSP leader's killing


Amid uproar and political protests breaking out

Amid uproar and political protests breaking out after Tamil Nadu BSP chief Armstrong was killed by a mob of six, the Greater Chennai Police Commissioner Sandeep Rai Rathore addressed a media briefing. It is clear that state police is under tremendous pressure over this killing and BSP workers are out  protesting and demanding justice for the killed political leader.

Police Commissioner informed, "10 special teams were formed. After investigating the crime scene and CCTV footage, 8 suspects were arrested in 2 hours. The conspiracy of the crime and everything is being investigated. We are investigating from all angles. Armstrong had a gun license. He surrendered the gun following the model code of conduct during the elections. His gun was returned to him after the model code of conduct was lifted. After accessing our records, we did not find any specific threat to Armstrong."