Faridabad6 hours ago
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The Chief Minister’s flying squad team along with the Excise Department raided.
- Illegal yard was running in Surajkund, Cali Bypass Road and Machhagar, hundreds of people were being fed liquor
Chief Minister’s flying squad team raided three different places on confidential information and caught three premises being run illegally. The premises operators did not have any permission in the raid conducted in collaboration with the Excise Department. The Excise Department has registered a case against all three. If sources are to be believed, the illegal enclosures in the entire city are the result of the patronage of the departmental officers.
CM Flying’s DSP Rajesh Chechi said that Chief Minister’s flying squad had received a tip-off that an illegal compound was being run at Dayalbagh in Surajkund area. On information, Chief Constable Brijesh Kumar from the Chief Minister’s Flying Squad and Deputy Inspector of Excise Tarun Kumar and the joint team of the local police inspected the spot. During the inspection, on the occasion, Baljinder liquor contractor was running a yard to serve liquor to people illegally on both sides of the contract. During the raid, about 100 to 150 people were sitting there drinking alcohol. To serve liquor, 10 to 12 counters were kept with snacks. They did not have any permission to run the compound.
People queuing up to drink liquor in illegal premises
Illegal enclosure was running on Cali village bypass road
The DSP said that an information was received from Badarpur to Kaili bypass road on the left hand side of the liquor vend, where liquor was being served illegally. Here people are made to believe that this place is an approved place for drinking. On information, a surprise inspection was conducted along with Sub-Inspector CM Flying Satbir Singh, Excise Sub-Inspector Mahabir Singh and local police. On inspection, about 500 meters ahead of the Badarpur border on the bypass road, there is a liquor contract of G Town firm. A tin shed was made equal to this liquor contract, inside which liquor was being served by placing a table. A person named Kushal Pal Raghav was found on the spot but he could not show any documents related to the compound.
Liquor was being served in the family restaurant
Similarly, there was a report of illegal serving of liquor to people in Anokha Indian Family Restaurant in Machhagar village of Ballabgarh area. After this, Sub-Inspector Satish Kumar and Excise Inspector Ashutosh Kumar raided the family restaurant along with the local police. During the raid, 2/3rd people were found drinking in the said restaurant. The restaurant operator could not show the valid permission letter. The police have registered a case against all the three indoor operators.