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Illegally functioning liquor shop ransacked

Press Trust of India  |  Coimbatore 

A Indian made foreign outlet, closed after a Supreme order, was ransacked by a group of persons here today after they noticed that was selling there clandestinely, police said.

The apex had on March 31 said that vends within 500 metres of national and state will have to shut down from April 1.



People noticed that the shop, located in the busy bus stand area, was selling clandestinely during the last few days.

About 50 persons including women, suspected to be CPI(M) workers, broke open the shutters of the outlet and destroyed bottles stocked there, police said, adding nobody was arrested in this connection.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Illegally functioning liquor shop ransacked

A Indian made foreign liquor outlet, closed after a Supreme Court order, was ransacked by a group of persons here today after they noticed that liquor was selling there clandestinely, police said. The apex court had on March 31 said that liquor vends within 500 metres of national and state highways will have to shut down from April 1. People noticed that the shop, located in the busy bus stand area, was selling liquor clandestinely during the last few days. About 50 persons including women, suspected to be CPI(M) workers, broke open the shutters of the outlet and destroyed liquor bottles stocked there, police said, adding nobody was arrested in this connection. A Indian made foreign outlet, closed after a Supreme order, was ransacked by a group of persons here today after they noticed that was selling there clandestinely, police said.

The apex had on March 31 said that vends within 500 metres of national and state will have to shut down from April 1.

People noticed that the shop, located in the busy bus stand area, was selling clandestinely during the last few days.

About 50 persons including women, suspected to be CPI(M) workers, broke open the shutters of the outlet and destroyed bottles stocked there, police said, adding nobody was arrested in this connection.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Illegally functioning liquor shop ransacked

A Indian made foreign outlet, closed after a Supreme order, was ransacked by a group of persons here today after they noticed that was selling there clandestinely, police said.

The apex had on March 31 said that vends within 500 metres of national and state will have to shut down from April 1.

People noticed that the shop, located in the busy bus stand area, was selling clandestinely during the last few days.

About 50 persons including women, suspected to be CPI(M) workers, broke open the shutters of the outlet and destroyed bottles stocked there, police said, adding nobody was arrested in this connection.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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