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Police can handcuff liquor mafia: CM

Shimla, Aug 19 (UNI) Turning the table on protesting Opposition Congress in the state assembly on Monday, Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur blamed the previous Congress rule for allowing Technomac
firm evade Rs 2100 revenue to state and defended police action to handcuff liquor mafia in Una distirct
recently.
Mr. Jai Ram Thakur said this while giving a suo moto statement in the house on the issue of registration
of FIR against Congress legislator Satpal Singh Raizada on Aug 13, 2019 in Una district.
Chief Minister amid the Opposition protest gave the statement in the house turning the table on the
Congress legislators by blaming its former rule to allow to flee number of functionaries of
M/s Techno Mac firm without payment of taxes, power bills, banks loan and other levies to the tune of Rs
2100 Cr.
They are defending action against the Liquor Mafia as police recently booked a liquor peddler after recovering about 11 boxes and eight bottles of illicit liquor in Una district. Police could put handcuff to any criminal or drug peddlers under Police Act if he tries to flee from the spot.
Responding to the allegations made by Opposition member in the house today to hand cuff driver
of vehicle Mr Thakur said that no one is above the law and if Opposition tries to defend such Mafia,
government would not be deterred by such action to crackdown on drugs and liquor mafia.
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Security force launch CASO in south Kashmir’s Shopian

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26 Feb 2020 | 7:27 PM

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