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Police team ready

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BANGALORE, AUG. 22. A high-level Karnataka police team, led by the Superintendent of Police, Diwakar Ruma, is expected to serve a non-bailable arrest warrant on the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Uma Bharti, on Tuesday.

The warrant, which was issued by the Judicial Magistrate First Class II Hubli on August 3, is returnable by September 19. Also taken up for serving is the court order for attachment of her property.

The Director-General and Inspector-General of Police, S.N. Borkar, told The Hindu that the all-women police team, comprising two inspectors and constables, would board a flight in Belgaum to Mumbai en route to Bhopal. They did not expect any resistance.

In Hubli, the Commissioner of Police, K.V. Gagandeep, said that police would definitely act if Ms. Bharti arrived here. Ms. Bharti announced yesterday that she would reach Hubli on August 24 to launch a "yatra" from Hubli to Jallianwala Bagh.

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