Champawat Police / Pakistani-American / Noida / Court / Lokeshwar Singh / Champawat Superintendent Police

Uttarakhand: Champawat Police arrested a Pakistani-American woman in Noida yesterday. "Court has dismissed her bail appeal. She will be sent in judicial custody," said Lokeshwar Singh, Champawat Superintendent of Police. (27.02)

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