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260 Found Drinking In Public By Noida Police, Released After Furnishing Bail Bonds

By LawStreet News Network      23 July, 2019 12:00 AM      0 Comments
260 Found Drinking In Public By Noida Police, Released After Furnishing Bail Bonds

Drinking at public places in Noida and Greater Noida landed 260 people in trouble who were held by the Noida police and released only after furnishing bail bonds, officials said July 21, 2019.

During the police checks carried out on Saturday night (July 20, 2019), 174 such people were held (not arrested) in Noida area, while 86 in Greater Noida region, the officials said.

"Overall 260 people were held for creating nuisance. They were found drinking at public places in violation of the law," Superintendent of Police, Noida, Vineet Jaiswal said.

According to the SP, most of the cases in the city area took place under the jurisdiction of Sector 20 and Phase 2 police station areas.

"The action was taken under Indian Penal Code section 290 (punishment for public nuisance, with fine may extend to Rs 200). None of them were arrested. They were challaned. They were brought to police station and released after furnishing bail bonds," Jaiswal said.

During a similar anti-liquor drive, the district police had on Friday night (July 19, 2019) arrested 36 people for drinking in public.

On July 6, 2019, 474 people were arrested across the district for similar violation in just three hours, the police said.



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