50 boxes of Haryana Marka liquor recovered from under a pile of garlic in Noida

Noida. Police station Beta-2 located in Noida on Friday morning recovered 50 boxes of liquor being carried hidden under a pile of garlic in a vehicle. Police station Beta-2 in-charge Anil Kumar Singh said that on the basis of an information, the police station stopped a vehicle for investigation and during the investigation, 50 boxes of Haryana Marka Liquor (Haryana) were being taken away by hiding them under a pile of garlic. Marka Liquor) was found. He told that the police have arrested two people Vipin and Dharmendra in this case. This liquor was being taken to Bihar. Police is investigating the case.

Let us tell you that after Aligarh’s poisonous liquor scandal last year, police in Gautam Budh Nagar, conducting a strict campaign, raided various places and arrested two dozen people for selling liquor illegally. The police have recovered a huge quantity of liquor and ganja from the arrested people. Abhiendra Kumar Singh, media in-charge of Police Commissioner Alok Singh said that the police conducted a special campaign on Sunday against those selling liquor illegally in the district and raided various places. During this, twenty-four people who sold liquor illegally were arrested.

More than 40 doctors have been hit by corona
Giving information, the Deputy CMO said that out of 647 corona infected in Ambala yesterday, 100 school children became victims of corona. Out of which 40 children belong to different schools, while 60 children have been found infected from Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya. After which the school has been completely closed. Sampling of children is being done in the school. At the same time, the danger of corona is looming on the heads of doctors performing their duty during the Corona period, so far more than 40 doctors in the district have come under the grip of corona.

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