Bihar: In the state of 'liquor ban', 4 chiefs, including husband of 2 women chief arrested again doing "liquor party"
Liquor Party In Rohtas Bihar: The arrested people include four chieftains, husbands of two women chiefs and a former chairman of the Primary Agricultural Credit Cooperation Committee (PACS).
New Delhi: In Bihar's Rohtas district, 18 people, including four chieftains and husband of two mukhiyas, were arrested on Sunday night for violating the prohibition law in the state while consuming liquor. Another person hosting the case has also been arrested. The police have also recovered weapons from the spot.
Rohtas Superintendent of Police Ashish Bharti said that a secret information was received that a liquor party has been organized in a house adjacent to the Panchayat Bhawan, the government office in Darigaon, in which many people are involved. On the basis of this information, a team of police was formed and said house. The raids were conducted in, from where 18 people have been arrested for violating the prohibition law in the state while consuming liquor.
125 liters of liquor, two pistols and 23 cartridges recovered
He said that the owner of the house has also been arrested for organizing a liquor party. He said that during the raid, 125 liters of liquor, two pistols and 23 cartridges were recovered from there. Those arrested include Raju Paswan, head of Darigaon panchayat, Vijay Paswan, head of Alampur, Munna Singh, head of Nauhana panchayat, Rajvansh Paswan, head of Ughani, Dharmendra Singh, husband of head of Rampur panchayat, Paras Paswan, husband of head of Hatta panchayat and Sadokhar Pax. is a former chairman.
There is a complete ban on the consumption and sale of liquor in Bihar.
He said that the landlord Ravindra Singh has also been arrested. Bharti said that the arrested persons were investigated, in which all except the owner of the house have been confirmed to be drinking. Police is probing the whole matter. It is noteworthy that there is a complete ban on the consumption and sale of liquor in Bihar.