Kumar Rajiv Nayan
Ara : Bhojpur SP has entered names of 99 liquor mafias into ‘goounda’ register. Bhojpur SP Kshatranil Singh said that names of 99 liquor mafias had been entered into ‘goonda’ register till date and has he ordered to keep a close watch on the activities of 25 others. He said the action was taken on the recommendation of SHOs of different police stations.
The SP said that names of nine liquor mafias under Nawada police station, five under Hasar Bazaar police outpost, one under Dhobaha police outpost, two under Gajrajganj police outpost, eight under Koelwar police station, two under Krishnagarh police station, 9 under Bihia police station, 3 under Udwantnagar police station, 5 under Sahar police station, 5 under Bahoranpur police outpost, 4 under Ara Muffassil police station, 11 under Ayar police station, 4 under Barhara police station, one each under Chandi police station and Karnamepur police outpost, 7 under Sikarhatta police station, 5 under Shahpur police station, two under Charpokhari police station, four each under Azimabad, Sandesh, and Agiaw police station, have been entered into ‘goonda’ register.
The SP said that 99 persons, whose names have been entered into ‘goonda’ register can’t get a job anywhere and will not be issued character certificates and licenses of anything. The SP said that police personnel and officials posted at different police stations will be trained in handling four types of criminal activities including under Excise Act. The SP directed the ASP, DSPs, Inspectors, SIs to go through the Bihar Excise (amendment) Act, SC/ST Act, PASCO Act, and JJB Act. He said that books on these topics will soon be made available at every police station.
Meanwhile, the GRP arrested an armyman Pradeep Kumar Singh, son of Bindenshwari Singh of Bakharia village under Ara Muffassil police station from Shramjeevi Express near Ara railway station, with four bottles of Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) on January 10. He was travelling in the AC-B 2 of the Shramjeevi Express from New Delhi and was coming to his native village. An FIR was lodged with the GRP in the regard.