Ghaziabad: The police in Ghaziabad have arrested three people who were allegedly involved in smuggling liquor from Haryana into the city. The smugglers were using trains to bring in the liquor, which they would then distribute to local vendors.
The police received a tip-off about the smuggling operation and set up a trap to catch the culprits. The smugglers were caught while trying to unload the liquor from the train at the Ghaziabad railway station. The police seized a large quantity of liquor from their possession.
During interrogation, the accused revealed that they had been smuggling liquor into Ghaziabad for the past few months. They had developed a network of local vendors who would buy the liquor from them at a higher price and sell it to customers in the city.
The police have registered a case against the accused under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Excise Act. The investigation is ongoing, and the police are trying to identify other members of the smuggling ring.
This incident highlights the problem of illegal liquor smuggling in the region. The authorities must take strict action to curb this menace, as it poses a serious threat to public health and safety.