Police asked to probe into party planned in Butterfly Beach
Goa police have sought report from the District Superintendent and Anti-Narcotic unit over the three-day mega-party planned at Agonda beach in south Goa by a Delhi-based group from Friday evening.india Updated: Feb 03, 2010 16:08 IST
Goa police have sought report from the District Superintendent and Anti-Narcotic unit over the three-day mega-party planned at Agonda beach in south Goa by a Delhi-based group from Friday evening.
Deputy Inspector General of Police Ravindra Yadav told PTI that he has asked superintendent of police (South) and Superintendent of Police (Anti-Narcotic Cell) to probe into the details of this party.
"I have asked them to check whether there are any illegalities. If we find any illegality then we will stop the party," Yadav said.
The three-day long party has raised several eye brows as it is planned at a coastal stretch named as Butterfly Beach near Agonda town in South Goa.
The media reports expressed worries that the party, which is touted as an environment awareness campaign party, may end up in being a drug-laced rave party.
However, the website ttp://www.rave.ca/en/event/37698/terms it as " the first ecological festival in India on the beautiful beach of Agonda."
The official website www.chakraviewfestival.com reads that since Goan beaches are no longer pristine and clean, it is holding an ecological festival where we are tune with the nature.