STATE TIMES NEWS SAMBA: Police on Tuesday arrested a man for selling and serving liquor at a kiosk in Ghagwal and recovered 22 bottles of illict liquor from his possession. As per the details, acting on specific information regarding the sale of illicit liquor at village Chann Matloni, Ghagwal, a party of Police Station Ghagwal rushed to the spot and arrested one person namely Rakesh Kumar, son of Hans Raj, resident of Village Chann Matloni, Ghagwal who was selling illicit liquor to the general public at exorbitant rates in a meat kiosk in connivance with its owner namely Kamal Kumar (Billa), son of Chunni Lal, resident of Village Chann Matloni. During checking in the kiosk, 22 bottles of illicit were recovered. However, on seeing police, the owner of the meat shop (Khokha) managed to fled away from the shop. A case vide FIR No. 48/2019 under section 48 (A), 48(F) Excise Act was registered at Police Station Ghagwal and manhunt launched to nab other accused person.
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