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Cops assaulted by bootleggers selling liquor

Two officials from Shikrapur police station of Pune district were attacked by means of a circle of relatives of bootleggers, together with the mummy, who were caught by means of the police officers for allegedly selling liquor illegally in the district on Saturday.

The accused had been known as Kaluram Dhumal, Tukaram Dhumal and their mom Sunita Dhumal, all resident of Pimple Dhumal in Shikrapur.

Cops mentioned that the constables, Dattraya Bankar and Ambadas Dhore, were despatched to raid a place the place the accused had been allegedly selling liquor illegally.

When the constables arrived at the spot and located Kaluram and Tukaram sporting bags that contained suspected bottles of liquor, they puzzled the duo. However, the accused got into an argument with the constables and later started thrashing the police officers. The police added that once the incident escalated, their mom, Sunita, additionally came to the spot and began beating the policemen. Several locals from the village additionally joined them and started abusing the police body of workers.

Constable Ambadas Dhore lodged a grievance at the Shikrapur police station after the assault. Sub-inspector SM Khose advised Mirror, “The circle of relatives has been illegally selling nation liquor from their house since lengthy. They would sell it at a freeway spot. Our constables were despatched to lure and arrest them; alternatively, the accused attacked the 2. The injured constables have won remedy.”

The police seized 43 bottles of liquor from the accused, which, the accused had introduced on the market at the decided on spot. The police have booked the accused underneath sections 353 (assault or prison drive to deter a public servant shape doing his duty), 332 (voluntarily inflicting hurt to deter public servant shape doing his duty), 332 (punishment for voluntarily inflicting hurt), 504 (intentional insult with intent to impress breach of the peace), 506 (punishment for prison intimidation) and 34 (act carried out by means of several individuals with commonplace intention) of the Indian Penal Code and the Bombay Police Act.

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