Three liquor smugglers arrested
Greater Noida, 12 Oct: Three persons, including the owner of a liquor shop in Haryana, have been arrested here for smuggling and supplying spurious liquor.
On a tip-off, Excise Department officials laid a trap and nabbed three persons, identified as Harinder, Muzzamil and Nafis with 60 litre of spurious liquor.
On interrogation, it was revealed that Harinder owns a liquor shop in Haryana, District Excise Officer Kuldeep Yadav said today.
“Sixty litre spurious liquor in two cans and 4 kg urea and other chemicals were recovered from them. 40 quarter bottles of spurious liquor and 38 empty bottles were also seized,” Yadav said. pti
3 robbers active in Delhi-NCR arrested
Ghaziabad, 12 Oct: Police arrested three persons, who allegedly used to rob people after offering them a ride in their autorickshaw, from Indirapuram area here. The gang members, who were active in Delhi-NCR, were arrested late last night following a tip-off, a police officer said, adding a pistol, two cartridges, two knives and an autorickshaw were seized from them.
The accused were identified as Kaseem, Tahir and Naushad, all aged between 25 and 32 years.
“We got a tip-off that the accused were coming to Indirapuram area. We laid a trap and arrested them,” said the officer, adding the gang members used to lure people to their autorickshaw and loot them.
According to the officer, the accused have several cases registered against them in Delhi and Ghaziabad. pti
Nepali drug trafficker held
NEW DELHI, 12 OCT: A Nepali origin man allegedly involved in drug trafficking has been arrested with 7 kg of charas with estimated cost of Rs 70 lakh in international market.
Gurung alias Kale, who has been residing in the Capital, was arrested following a tip-off that he would come to deliver consignment to his contact near ISBT flyover. Accordingly Delhi Police laid the trap and arrested the accused. The accused reportedly brought the consignment from Nepal to supply to his local contacts in Delhi. In the past, he supplied the drug to his contacts in Delhi a couple of times, he told police. "During interrogation, he told the police that he used to procure the contraband from one Patel resident of Nepal, who met him near Anand Vihar Bus Terminal for the first time, and suggested him for drug-trafficking to earn quick and easy money with least efforts", said the police. sns