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Over 15,000 people held since late Nov for flouting prohibition: Nitish

He revealed statistics at a public meeting in central Bihar which he visited as part of a ‘Samaj Sudhar Abhiyan’ against liquor consumption, dowry and child marriage
Nitish Kumar.
Nitish Kumar.
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PTI   |   Aurangabad   |   Published 05.01.22, 01:33 AM

More than 15,000 people have been arrested in less than two months for flouting prohibition in Bihar, chief minister Nitish Kumar said on Tuesday.

He revealed the statistics at a public meeting in this central Bihar district which he visited as part of a ‘Samaj Sudhar Abhiyan’ against liquor consumption, dowry and child marriage.

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“The figure is of the period between November 26 last year and January 2 (this year),” he said.   



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