To go with story 'India-gambling-archery-tradition'

In this photograph taken on February 2, 2013 an Indian bookie counts the day's earnings at an archery club in the north-eastern city of Shillong.    Every weekday afternoon in the picturesque Indian city of Shillong, dozens of men meet to play with bows and arrows, place bets and gamble, keeping a centuries-old tradition alive. The origins of the game, known simply as Siat Khnam or Shoot Arrow and played by men belonging to northeast India's Khasi tribe, are unclear.   AFP PHOTO/Roberto SCHMIDT        (Photo credit should read ROBERTO SCHMIDT/AFP/Getty Images)

Gambling guilty arrested and released without CO consent

The police nabbed cash and three gamblers from Hotel Vaibhav Inn on Tuesday night.
CO Gomti Nagar Satya Sen Yadav received information about gambling at Hotel Vaibhav Inn’s Room No. 106 on Tuesday night. After verification Gomti Nagar police raided the place and arrested three businessmen with amount Rs 1,89350. The police arrested them. After interrogation the businessmen revealed their identity as grain trader Pravin of Naka, Tiles businessman Dilip Kumar of Indirapuram and Anand of Jankipuram. Anand and Pravin are business partners.
CO Gomti Nagar informed that the police is investigating on hotel’s role in gambling, if found gulity then proper action will be taken against hotel administration.
However, when the police officers enquired about the accused on Wednesday morning came to know that they were released from police station without any consent. CO Gomti Nagar was furious to know this and ordered for investigation against policemen who did not inform any police officer prior the accused release.

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