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Agartala: Tripura CM Manik Saha on Saturday said the state will soon have a dedicated cybercrime police station to tackle cyber-related cases.The state has already set up a crime branch police station, he said, adding the process has already begun to set up a cybercrime PS. Speaking on the occasion of Police Commemoration Day, Saha said a special task force has been constituted to handle heinous crimes including money laundering cases. “Among the 28 states in the country, Tripura’s crime rate is among the lowest. This has been possible because of the coordinated efforts of police,” he said.PTI
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