400 litres of lahan, five boats seized - ECAS Punjab

400 litres of lahan, five boats seized

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Dasuya (Hoshiarpur): The Dasuya police have seized five boats and recovered 400 litres of lahan hidden underground in the Mand area of Beas in the wee hours on Thursday. Anil Bhanot, DSP, along with police personnel started a combing operation in the Mand area around Maujpur and Terkiana villages. Cops recovered 400 litres of lahan and five boats used by smugglers. OC

90K litres of illicit liquor destroyed in Abohar

Abohar: The police have destroyed 90,000 litres of illicit liquor, which they found stored along the Gang (Bikaner) canal. The Deputy Commissioner, Excise, Jaskaran Singh Brar, said they had taken the help of cops from Khuyiansarwer police station and the Rajasthan Police. Assistant Commissioner, Excise, RS Romana said they were keeping a tab on illicit liquor trade in the area. OC

BJP activists stage protest in Sangrur

Sangrur: Demanding strict action against those involved in the spurious liquor tragedy and resignation of CM Capt Amarinder Singh, local BJP leaders held a protest in front of the residence of Education Minister Vijay Inder Singla on Thursday. "The Congress government has failed on all fronts and the CM should resign on moral grounds," said Sarjiwan Jindal, state executive committee member of the BJP. TNS

Mansa villagers allege harassment by cops

Bathinda: Residents of Khiala Kalan village in Mansa have alleged harassment by liquor contractors and the police. Villagers accused cops of resorting to high-handedness in the garb of confiscating illicit liquor. As a result, villagers and the Punjab Kisan Union protested in front of the Excise Department's office on Thursday. TNS

BJP Mahila Morcha observes 'Black Day'

Abohar: The BJP Mahila Morcha on Thursday observed a "Black Day" to express solidarity with kin of 116 people who lost their lives after consuming spurious liquor in Batala, Tarn Taran, Amritsar and Gurdaspur. Mona Jaiswal, chief, BJP Mahila Morcha, said illicit liquor trade was mushrooming in the state due to to the alleged nexus of politicians from the ruling party and high-ranking police officials. TNS

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