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June 24, 2021

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Materials seized in Bokaro not uranium and never radioactive: MEA

Days after Bokaro Police in Jharkhand arrested seven individuals for ‘possessing and planning to promote mineral uranium’, the Ministry of Exterior Affairs mentioned that the ‘seized materials was not uranium and never radioactive’. The MEA’s assertion was a response to Pakistan International Ministry’s remarks for a probe into ‘seizure of nuclear materials’ after studies emerged from Bokaro about ‘uranium materials’.
The Indian Specific reported final week that the Bokaro police had seized 6.4 kg of ‘uranium mineral’ from two of the accused, and arrested a complete of seven individuals. The accused had been booked beneath IPC Sections 414 (Whoever voluntarily assists in concealing or disposing of or making away with property which he is aware of or has purpose to imagine to be stolen property), 120B (felony conspiracy), 34 (frequent intention) and beneath varied sections of Atomic Power Act.
Nevertheless, on seizure of ‘suspected mineral uranium’, the MEA Spokesperson mentioned: “The Division of Atomic Power, Authorities of India, after due analysis and laboratory evaluation of the fabric pattern has said that the fabric seized final week shouldn’t be uranium and never radioactive.”
When requested how police arrested seven individuals and likewise issued a press launch stating the seizure of mineral uranium, Jharkhand Police’s Spokesperson Amol Homkar mentioned: “Extra particulars are awaited.”

Our response to a media question on Pakistan’s official remarks in response to the media report on seizure of suspected materials (uranium) in Bokaro final week:https://t.co/IOhWbA7QOx pic.twitter.com/Y3jnpyOdyi
— Arindam Bagchi (@MEAIndia) June 10, 2021
Calls made to Bokaro Superintendent of Police Chandan Jha didn’t elicit any response.
Nevertheless, after the arrests initially, Jha had mentioned: “Seven individuals have been arrested primarily based on their confession statements of possessing mineral uranium.” Jha had refused to touch upon whether or not another investigating company was concerned and likewise didn’t touch upon whether or not they sought custodial interrogation of the arrested accused.
The Indian Specific had obtained courtroom data, the place the Bokaro police had maintained that after receiving a ‘tip’ on June 2 5 individuals: Deepak Mahato, Pankaj Kumar, Mahabir Mahato, M Sharma, Krishna Kant had ‘gathered collectively’ and had been planning to ‘illegally promote prohibited mineral uranium within the black market’.
The police had been knowledgeable that ‘in the event that they nab the 5 individuals, the mineral shall be recovered and the operation could also be revealed’, the data said. The police had then arrested two extra accused and 6.4 kg of ‘mineral uranium’ from the possession of the one accused individuals. Harla Police Station In-charge Govind Prasad Gupta had informed The Indian Specific then: “All seven had been arrested on June 3 morning. We’re but to arrest Munna from whom Anil and Baapi procured the uranium.”

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