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Crime Magazine Chief Editor TP Nandakumar arrested from his office in Kerala

Kochi, Dec 1 (UNI) Crime Magazine Chief Editor T P Nandakumar has been arrested by the Kakkanad Cyber Police from his office here on Wednesday.
The arrest was followed by a complaint filed by High Court Advocate BH Mansoor relating to a derogatory remarks made by former MLA PC George against Kerala Health Minister Veena George on high number of COVID cases in the State, sources said.
TP Nandakumar posted a telephonic conversation with the PC George in this regard in the social meda pages of his publication, leading to his arrest by the Cyber Police.
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