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Delhi police seizes over 12500 quarter illicit liquor under 'Roko-Toko' scheme

DNA Monday, 16 September 2019
"More than 12500 quarters of illicit liquor recovered in a single day during patrolling and picket checking by Outer-North district. To curb the menace of illegal transportation and sale of illicit liquor, pickets were deployed at different static locations and patrolling teams were deployed to cover all arterial roads in all the...
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