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Gurugram: Raids at Two BYOBs in Sectors 62 and 70 for Operating ‘Without Permission’ From Excise Department; Seven Held



A team of the Chief Minister’s flying squad on Wednesday night raided at two BYOBs in Sectors 62 and 70, which was operating without permission from Excise Department.

The officials said on Thursday that police have registered a case against seven people at Badshahpur and Sector 65 police stations, with regard to the matter.

The arrested are identified as Sumit, Subroto Adok, Krishna and Jadish, who work at Love Story Cafe located in Sector 70, while Shiva Kumar, Arvindam Jeet and Brijesh Kumar work at Mangos Food Cafe in Sector 62.

The accused disclosed that Love Story Cafe was being run for the past 5-6 months for a rent of Rs 50,000 per month.

Seven Held For Running BYOB Illegally In Gurugram | Nation

The owners of Mangos Food Cafe identified as Nemas Rao and Manish Sharma were not present at the time of raid.

The police also recovered Paytm machine, Laptop, and liquor bottles from the spot.

“Permission to run the BYOBs was asked to be established from the culprits, who could not do it,” Inderjeet Singh Yadav, DSP, told IANS.

“The Excise Department will prepare a case against the owner of the BYOBs for not depositing the prescribed fees for running them and causing loss of the revenue of the Excise Department,” Yadav said.

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