Bookmark Kaumudi Online  Bookmark this site  Editor@Kaumudi  |  Marketing  Print Advt rates  |  Calendar 2012        Go!    
 
 
October 22, Sunday 2017 1:34 PM       

       HEADLINES: Sangh Parivar will divide India using Taj Mahal as weapon: Thomas Isaac                                              Youth held for molestation bid in Kozhikode                                              Bofors: CBI seeks govt’s nod to reopen case                                              Maharashtra: 10 killed as truck overturns in Sangli                                              MSRTC calls off five-day strike                                              Kamal Hassan shows support to ‘Mersal’                                              Melania Trump donates inaugural dress to national museum                                              Japan votes: Incumbent PM Abe appears headed to victory                                              Spain likely to seize powers from Catalonia                                              Third gold for Anumol                                              Kaumudi Facebook
       WEIRDNEWS Next Article: Fruit Juice Floods Russian Town After Factory Roof Collapses  
       Rats drinking alcohol: Bihar police
 
         Posted on :18:47:26 May 4, 2017
   
A A
       Last edited on:18:47:26 May 4, 2017
         Tags: Rats drinking alcohol: Bihar police
 

PATNA: Rats in Bihar are in high spirits -- or so the state Police insist.

Rodents are believed to have finished off more than 9 lakh litres of alcohol which the police had seized from people flouting prohibition laws in the state.

The issue came up after the media reported that the seized bottles of liquor were missing from police station 'malkhanas' (stores).

At a recent meeting of the state police, it was said that some of the seized bottles had been destroyed, and what was left was finished off in the stores by liquor-loving rats.

"We have asked the Patna zonal IG to inquire into the matter. Based on his findings, the state police headquarters will initiate further action," Additional Director General of Police (Headquarters) S K Singhal told PTI today.

Meanwhile, the police today arrested the president of the Bihar Police Men's Association, Nirmal Singh, and a member of the association, Shamsher Singh, for consuming liquor. The two will be in judicial custody till May 18.

The Nitish Kumar government clamped total prohibition on Bihar last April. To enforce the liquor ban, a special drive has been launched by the police and the excise department across the state.

A A
       WEIRDNEWS
Next Article: Fruit Juice Floods Russian Town After Factory Roof Collapses
 
 
WEIRDNEWS HEADLINES
Bipasha Basu turns down offer to endorse aerated drink!  
Vampires may have been real people with a blood disorder  
When sex robots helped creator spice up his marriage  
Lord Ganesha issued admit card by a Bihar university  
Karnataka: Infants placed on hot coals as part of religious ritual  
Sex robot Samantha breaks down after being molested tech enthusiasts  
Owl feathers may inspire quieter aircraft, turbines  
'Honest' thieves return booty with a piece of advice  
Chhattisgarh: July 1-born girl named 'GST'  
Playing video games makes you a better university student!  
UP minister's guard carries gun during MRI scan, ruins machine  
Saddam tries to get Aadhar card for Bin Laden  
Aussie senator breastfeeds in Parliament  
Pet dogs may help cut stress in kids: study  
Rats, it's now hic hic time in Udaipur!  
Rats drinking alcohol: Bihar police  
Fruit Juice Floods Russian Town After Factory Roof Collapses  
Veg dishes irk groom, bride finds another man  
Book reveals why Jinnah shaved off his moustache  
Treatment-resistant 'HIV reservoir' cells identified  
Kidnapping, forced marriage: Pakistan's Hindu women hope for protection  
Dogs can adopt human perspective to find food: study  
Legal spat in US over parents wanting to name child "Allah"  
Chimp filmed cleaning dead son's teeth for first time  
Mediterranean diet may improve sperm quality: study  
 
Should Kummanam apologise to Kerala as remarked by the CM?
yes
 
no
 
no opinion
 
 
 
Home Kerala India World Business Sports Sci&Tech Education Automobile CityNews Movies Environment Letters 
© Copyright keralakaumudi Online 2011  |  Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited.
Head Office Address: Kaumudi Buildings, Pettah P.O, Trivandrum - 695024, India.
Online queries talk to Deepu Sasidharan, + 91 98472 38959 or Email deepu[at]kaumudi.com
Customer Service -Advertisement Disclaimer Statement   |  Copyright Policy