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BHADARWAH/KATHUA: Police on Sunday arrested five bootleggers and recovered 269 pouches of liquor in different Nakas at Bhadarwah and Kathua.
According to a report, a party of Police Station Bhadarwah led by SHO Bhadarwah Jatinder Sambyal laid a Naka at Udrana. During the Naka, police intercepted a pedestrian and recovered 42 pouches of liquor from his possession.
The accused was identified as Chuni Lal son of Nand Lal resident of Malwana Gundana and a case vide FIR No 44/2017 under section 48-A Excise Act was registered against him at Police Station Bhadarwah.
In another case, on a specific information a police team led by SHO Doda Bishnesh Kumar and SI Ashiq Hussain laid a Naka at Tundwah area and apprehended the bootlegger, while he was on way to his native village. During checking, police recovered 37 pouches of country made liquor from his possession.
The accused has been identified as Dharminder Singh Son of late Nek Chand Resident of Chanti, Gandoh and a case vide FIR No 75/2017 under section 48-A Excise Act was registered at Police Station Doda.
Meanwhile in Kathua, on specific information a Naka was laid near Happy Palace, Ward No. 3, Kathua by police and intercepted three persons namely Darshan Singh alias Kaka son of Khajan Chand resident of Rajbagh, Kathua, Yash Paul son of Bito Ram resident of Hatli Morh, Kathua and Angrez Chand alias Kaka son of Des Raj resident of Dhanore, Lakhanpur who were on-way from Capt. Sunil Choudhary Chowk towards Dream Land Park, Kathua. During their search, 75, 60 and 55 (total=190) pouches of Indian made liquor (Frooties) recovered from them. A case vide FIR No. 119/2017 under section 48(A) Excise Act was registered against them at Police Station Kathua.
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