NALANDA HOOCH TRAGEDY: PROCLAMATION NOTICES PUT UP ON ABSCONDERS’ HOUSES
2 February 2022
Amid the beating of drums at Chhoti Pahari, Mansoor Nagar and Tikulipar localities, the Nalanda police informed the villagers on a loudspeaker that ten persons involved in liquor smuggling/selling were absconders and anyone having knowledge of their whereabouts should inform the police.
The exercise, known as ‘munadi’ in official parlance, was carried out on Monday and is a part of section 82 of the CrPC, used when a warrant against an accused cannot be executed.
“The court had declared them absconders in a hooch tragedy case recently,” said sadar SDPO Dr Shibli Nomani, adding that the next step will be the attachment of their properties.
Following the hooch death of 13 persons on January 14, the Sohsarai police lodged an FIR against eight persons in this connection. Police carried out raids against them and nabbed seven accused identified as Sunita Devi alias Madam, Meena Devi, Suraj Kumar, Sintu Kumar, Dimple Kumar, Santosh Choudhary and Sourabh Kumar.
During the interrogation and police investigation, police got to know about the involvement of 11 more persons including Akash Kumar, Devanand Kumar, Vikash Kumar, Sanjay Paswan alias Bhomwa, Santosh Yadav alias Tengra, Chandan Paswan, Ranjit Paswan alias Hakla, Anda Choudhary, JP Choudhary and Nagina Choudhary.
News Source : Hindustan Times
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