6 Held For Illegal Liquor Party At Gurgaon Farmhouse
Police said the accused were playing loud music which disturbed the residents of the adjoining areas and one of them informed the local police about it.
Police said the accused were playing loud music which disturbed the residents of the adjoining areas and one of them informed the local police about it. Senior excise officer Som Dutt said he informed the Station House Officer of the concerned Bhondsi police station about it. "We constituted a team of excise officer and reached the Jain Farmhouse. We found that the one of the six accused (who were later arrested) was playing DJ music very loudly, two others were serving liquor and three others were operating food and bar stalls," Som Dutt said.
He said the accused failed to show any license to organise such a liquor party. The accused said that they organized the party on the direction of the farmhouse owner. "We recovered 35 beer bottles, five bottles of whisky, 15 empty bottles and music instruments," Som Dutt said. "We have registered an FIR against them under relevant sections of the excise act and arrested them. They were produced in the Gurgaon civil court which granted them bail. Over 50 guests enjoying the party were let off after a warning," said Subhash Bokan, a Gurgaon police spokesperson.
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