Liquor traders beat up school girls, three arrested

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Sasaram: Six school girls were allegedly beaten up by liquor traders after villagers of Banrasiya RPT Banrasiya in Bihar’s Rohtas district alerted police about the illegal manufacture of the brew in the area.

Three persons of Beda have been arrested on charge of keeping liquor as well beating up natives of adjacent Banrasiya including the six girls, Superintendent of Police Manavjit Singh Dhillon said on Tuesday.

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The girls, while returning from school yesterday, were targeted by liquor manufacturers of Beda village and beaten severely after which they were taken to hospital, the SP said adding the girls have been discharged from hospital after treatment.

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Elaborating on the chain of events, the senior officer said on Sunday last few people of neighbouring Banrasiya village had informed the police about illegal manufacture of country liquor at Beda village.

The complainants accompanied a police team which seized huge quantity of spiced alcohol hidden in houses of around 12 people of Beda village.

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