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BAIHATA CHARIALI, Sept 15 � Women activists of Kamalpur and Changsari seized a huge quantity of illegal liquor and destroyed those on the NH 31 recently.

In Haberigura under Kamalpur police station, the women activists of the locality noticed a tempo carrying country-made liquor from Rangiya. They stopped the vehicle on NH 31 and quizzed the driver about the liquor. The liquor was packed in polythene bags and even before police from Kamalpur PS could reach the spot, the packets had been destroyed by the women activists. The local people here estimate that the quantity of the damaged liquor would be around 2000 litres.

On the otherhand the irate women activists of Changsari also vandalised a number of hotels and dhabas at Changsari near NH 31 under the nose of the police. Hundreds of irate women took out a rally against the liquor businessmen and hotels and dhabas at Changsari following the death of a youth named Siddique Choudhury due to consumption of countrymade liquor there.

The women checked the hotels and dhabas there and seized a huge amount of liquor from those hotels and dhabas. After recovery of the liquor, the women started damaging the furniture and other equipment of the dhabas and hotels. The women activists also vandalised three hotels in front of the Changsari Police Station. They also raised slogans against the policemen of the Changsari in this connection.

Meanwhile, a section of people feel that the sale of illegal liquor is on the rise due to the inactivity of the Excise department. They alleged that a number of employees of the Excise department have an unholy nexus with the illegal liquor businessmen.

Office sealed: The head office of Amrit project based at Baihata Chariali was sealed by the administration recently. Police men and government officials in the presence of a magistrate sealed the office. Government officials led by Inamul Hoque, magistrate of Rangiya subdivision, checked the documents of the Amrit Project for more than half an hour but the manager of the office was unable to produce the legal documents of the project before the investigating team.

Interacting with mediapersons, the magistrate said that Amrit project did not have the mandatory certificates from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and security and exchange Board of India (SEBI) and so they had to seal the office of the Amrit Project.

It is to be mentioned here that the financial establishment had been collecting crores of rupees from the customers in the name of the project. On the otherhand also sold its shares among the customers in the name of Amrit Bio-mass Power Project, real estate and herbal products project.

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Women seize illegal liquor, vandalise dhabas

BAIHATA CHARIALI, Sept 15 � Women activists of Kamalpur and Changsari seized a huge quantity of illegal liquor and destroyed those on the NH 31 recently.

In Haberigura under Kamalpur police station, the women activists of the locality noticed a tempo carrying country-made liquor from Rangiya. They stopped the vehicle on NH 31 and quizzed the driver about the liquor. The liquor was packed in polythene bags and even before police from Kamalpur PS could reach the spot, the packets had been destroyed by the women activists. The local people here estimate that the quantity of the damaged liquor would be around 2000 litres.

On the otherhand the irate women activists of Changsari also vandalised a number of hotels and dhabas at Changsari near NH 31 under the nose of the police. Hundreds of irate women took out a rally against the liquor businessmen and hotels and dhabas at Changsari following the death of a youth named Siddique Choudhury due to consumption of countrymade liquor there.

The women checked the hotels and dhabas there and seized a huge amount of liquor from those hotels and dhabas. After recovery of the liquor, the women started damaging the furniture and other equipment of the dhabas and hotels. The women activists also vandalised three hotels in front of the Changsari Police Station. They also raised slogans against the policemen of the Changsari in this connection.

Meanwhile, a section of people feel that the sale of illegal liquor is on the rise due to the inactivity of the Excise department. They alleged that a number of employees of the Excise department have an unholy nexus with the illegal liquor businessmen.

Office sealed: The head office of Amrit project based at Baihata Chariali was sealed by the administration recently. Police men and government officials in the presence of a magistrate sealed the office. Government officials led by Inamul Hoque, magistrate of Rangiya subdivision, checked the documents of the Amrit Project for more than half an hour but the manager of the office was unable to produce the legal documents of the project before the investigating team.

Interacting with mediapersons, the magistrate said that Amrit project did not have the mandatory certificates from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and security and exchange Board of India (SEBI) and so they had to seal the office of the Amrit Project.

It is to be mentioned here that the financial establishment had been collecting crores of rupees from the customers in the name of the project. On the otherhand also sold its shares among the customers in the name of Amrit Bio-mass Power Project, real estate and herbal products project.