Kahuta: 1,500 bottles liquor seized

Published: May 7, 2011
Seized contraband includes both domestic and imported liquor. PHOTO: FILE

Seized contraband includes both domestic and imported liquor. PHOTO: FILE


The Kahuta police on Friday raided a hideout in Kahuta area and seized 1,500 bottles of liquor.

The seized contraband included both, domestic and imported liquor. However, the bootleggers managed to flee by opening fire at the police party. The police registered a case and started investigations.

Acting on information about smuggling of liquor in different cities, the police conducted a raid at a house in Kahuta area. The men inside the residence started firing and during this exchange of fire, the bootleggers managed to escape from the house. The police registered a case against after seizing a large quantity of liquor.

Published in The Express Tribune, May 7th, 2011.

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  • Billoo Bhaya
    May 7, 2011 - 11:27AM

    Give Pakistan and its people a chance to live, to be happy for a while. It has become a society of zombies, results are in front of us. All societies that allow freedom to the soul are healthier, happier and inventive. That is why all new development in philosophy, arts, science and technologies have occurred within such confines. Muslims have stagnated because there is no creative avenue left for them, except produce kids. For Pakistan its population has become a lodestone hanging around its neck choking growth and any chance to escape poverty. All for a bottle of booze. Inverse logic at its best? Recommend

  • Saleem
    May 15, 2011 - 4:13PM

    Shame on you police, concentrate on other securoty related issues, human rights etc. probably the guy selling me alcohol will over charge me. And some lucky in the administration will drink it for free!Recommend

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