Ganges river proved to be safe shelter for liquor smugglers


Buxar. The Ganges river is proving safe for liquor smugglers in the election phase. Despite being a million cautious police, on many occasions successful smugglers are sometimes caught. A similar incident was observed at Ganga Ghat near Mishwaliya village of Mufassil police station after midnight Saturday when the police of excise department and local Mufassil police station seized a drunken boat under secret action. During this, the police are interrogating the smuggler by seizing twenty four boxes of liquor while seizing the liquor smuggler.

Bhagolik delimitation is complicated in such a way that the intense and vigilant vigilance of the 42 km border of the Ganges along UP is a tough challenge before the police. The district administration has also requested to sit down with the district administration of Ballia and Ghazipur district (UP) during the Bihar assembly elections to tighten the liquor smugglers. Bihar (Buxar) district administration was also assured by the UP administration that we will cooperate fully in this direction. Despite this nothing is happening.

The most difficult situation is in the Diara region of Buxar. In many places, only 12 fit roads have been used for the demarcation of Bihar UP, where there is a complete liquor ban in Bihar across the road, then after just twelve feet, UP is seen welcoming the liquor in its border. The Bihar government has also urged the UP government not to open liquor shops on the radius of three kilometers of the border area adjoining Bihar, but this is not happening at all.

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