Ambala City Station House Officer Ram Kumar said a police team has been constituted to investigate the matter
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Some unidentified men ransacked the office of the Anti-Terrorist Front India here, police said on Sunday.
A case has been registered in this connection based on a complaint filed by Viresh Shandilya, the president of the front, a non-government organisation.
In his complaint, Shandilya said some unidentified people ransacked his office in his absence and damaged a computer and other items on Saturday.
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Ambala City Station House Officer Ram Kumar said a police team has been constituted to investigate the matter. Footage of CCTV cameras of surrounding areas was being collected to identify those behind this incident, the police said.
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