Delhi Police on Wednesday busted a booze-smuggling gang and seized 626 bottles of illegal liquor from Sanjay Gandhi Transport (SGT) Nagar in Delhi. The police claimed that the South Indian movie “Pushpa” served as an inspiration for the gang.
How did the gang transport the booze?
Police allege that two rickshaw pullers on behalf of a trading company handed over two bogus bills to a transport company in SGT Nagar for transporting some plastic drums to an organization operating in Bihar. When questioned about specifics, the rickshaw drivers reportedly refused to provide the information and left the crime scene with the rickshaws.
Later, the manager reported the incident to the delivery company. Sunny Kumar, the owner of the company, alerted the police at Samaypur Badli Police Station in Delhi. After receiving the information, the police quickly arrived on the scene and immediately began investigating the barrels. Then they found illegal alcohol produced in Haryana. The police have reported the incident and legal action is being taken.
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(with input from ANI)