Kurukshetra police on Monday arrested 21 people who were involved in selling illegal liquor in the district. Police registered 20 cases and seized 180 bottles of illegal liquor and 195 liters of lahan.
Kurukshetra police arrested 21 people who were involved in illegal liquor trade in the district on Monday. Police registered 20 cases and seized 180 bottles of illegal liquor and 195 liters of lahan. Kurukshetra Additional Superintendent of Police Karan Goyal said that a special campaign has been launched by the district police against illegal liquor trade. Cases have been registered at various police stations in the district and cases have been registered against the accused under relevant sections of the Excise Act and sent to judicial custody, he said.
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