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1 booked for selling Chinese string

HT Correspondent , Hindustan Times  Batala, December 30, 2013
First Published: 22:04 IST(30/12/2013) | Last Updated: 22:05 IST(30/12/2013)

A day after HT highlighted the open sale of China-made kite string in local markets, the Batala police on Monday raided many shops. A police team raided at a shop at Dharamkot Bagga village and recovered 17 rolls of Chinese strings. The owner of the shop managed to escape.

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A case has been registered against the accused. The district administration had imposed a complete ban on the sale of Chinese string but it is available in Orhi Gate, Qaddi Zatti, Dera road and Umpura Road markets.


Batala: A day after HT highlighted the open sale of China-made kite string in local markets, the Batala police on Monday raided many shops. A police team raided at a shop at Dharamkot Bagga village and recovered 17 rolls of Chinese strings. The owner of the shop managed to escape.

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