Satta Mafia Raided At Nimmo, Caught Half A Dozen Including Women, Scuffled With Police
At the same time, Khaki was also accused of nexus with the speculative mafia. On being caught betting from Chhoti's house, the driver of the police station and his companion were accused of making bets by taking 51 thousand rupees.
In the campaign being run against bookies under the instructions of the SSP, the Lisadigate police raided the house of betting mafia Nimmo in Lakhipuri on Wednesday at midnight. During the raid, the police detained four youths, including two women. Police have recovered thousands of cash and betting slips from the spot.
this is the case
CO Kotwali along with the Lisadi Gate police raided the house of Satta mafia Nimmo. From where the police have also caught two women including Nimmo's brother. Let us tell you that the business of betting in Lisadigate is not taking the name of stopping. Eight days ago, CO Abhishek Patel, without informing the Lisadi Gate police, arrested 34 people including Chhoti by raiding the betting stop of a woman named Chhoti.
At the same time, Khaki was also accused of nexus with the speculative mafia. On being caught betting from Chhoti's house, the driver of the police station and his companion were accused of making bets by taking 51 thousand rupees. SSP Rohit Singh Sajwan had set up an inquiry on both the policemen. During the raid on the house of the Satta mafia Nimmo, scuffled with the police. The police caught everyone and brought them to the police station. A case has been registered against all.
Illegal recovery from shopkeepers in the name of Tahbazari
Meerut: A case of illegal recovery in the name of Tahbazar has come to light from the shopkeepers who set up shop in the fair near Baba Shri Aughadnath temple. The shopkeepers, who reached the fair site on Wednesday afternoon, complained to the officials of the Cantonment Board and protested. The shopkeepers say that the private contractors who are under the authorized contract of Tehbazari of the Cantonment Board had come. A written slip of Rs 60 has been handed over. While Rs 800 has been taken from someone and Rs 2000 from someone.
The shopkeepers said that they are coming from far and wide to set up shops. Take whatever money you want, but cut off the slip. So that it is ensured that the money is going to the government treasury. Regarding this matter, Revenue Inspector Hitesh Kumar of the Cantonment Board says that when a fair is held during the Kanwar Yatra, the shopkeepers set up tents. On Wednesday afternoon, he had gone to the fair area to ask the shopkeepers to remove the tents. Some shopkeepers had problems, and have inquired from them, but no one has complained to them in this regard.