FaridabadOne hour ago
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There was no license to run the compound, raids were conducted jointly with the Excise Department.
On the information of the informer, the Chief Minister’s flying squad jointly raided an illegal settlement located on the bypass near Badarpur border, jointly with the Excise Department. During this time a large number of people were drinking alcohol there. The contract owner did not have any license for this. The Excise Department has registered a case against the owner.
DSP Rajesh Chechi said that the department had received information that after going a little further on the road leading to Ballabhgarh via bypass from Badarpur border, an illegal compound was being run on the right side of the liquor contract. Due to which the revenue received by the state government in the form of compound is being lost. On information, the team of Chief Minister Flying Squad Inspector Jagdish, Sub Inspectors Rajendra, Satbir and Rajesh Chandila along with a joint team of Excise Inspector Dhirendra Singh and local police station Sarai Khwaja checked the compound. A valid license was sought from Mukesh, the salesman present, to operate the compound but he could not produce any valid license. Mukesh told that this illegal compound is being run by the liquor licensee Baljinder Singh. On the complaint of Excise Inspector Virendra Singh, a case has been registered against Mukesh and Balwinder Singh under the Excise Act.