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Liquor factory owner booked

A POLICE party from Rajasthan that came to Parvalia for investigations into alleged illegal transportation of liquor was forced to return without inquiry after the policemen were allegedly manhandled and threatened on Wednesday.

india Updated: Mar 23, 2006 14:24 IST

A POLICE party from Rajasthan that came to Parvalia for investigations into alleged illegal transportation of liquor was forced to return without inquiry after the policemen were allegedly manhandled and threatened on Wednesday.

According to police, a truck was caught in Rajasthan recently for allegedly transporting liquor illegally. The police team led by DSP Pushpendra Singh Solanki from Jhalawar reached the factory at Jhirania village in Parvalia today.

However, upon seeing the police, the employees at the factory emptied the containers of liquor. The factory owner’s guards allegedly manhandled the police and forced them to go back. The factory owner also reached the spot and allegedly threatened Solanki with dire consequences.

As tempers ran high, the police party beat a hasty retreat. Later, the Parvalia police registered a case against factory owner Rinku Bhatia and two others under the Sections 353, 201, 506 and 34 of the IPC for causing disappearance of evidence, giving false information, assault to deter public servant form discharge of duty and criminal intimidation.