Khalistan posters warn tobacco sellers in Tarn Taran
Friday, September, 14 2012 - 02:29
TARN TARAN: A wave of panic triggered among the residents of the holy city after Khalistan posters were spotted by many near the office of Police chief.
The posters written in Punjabi titled ‘Khalistan Zindabad’ warned those selling tobacco and other intoxicants. Those indugled in this business have been given a deadline of three days and asked to shut their shops and vends within the given time frame.Those who fail to comply have been warned that their shops and vends will be torched. The police removed the posters soon after reaching the spot.
Meanwhile, SSP Tarn Taran said it was the handiwork of some miscreants who will be nabbed soon.It may be recalled that Punjab government has already banned sale of gutkha and pan masala in the state.
Source: Punjab Newsline Network
Sep 15, 2012
It is a great step by whom so ever did this... This is the land of Gurus and it should be free from intoxicants n other drugs. Although the Govt. has banned it but only in papers.... its still going on on a large scale and it is a welcome message and a warning to all those who are doing this trade. Salute to those who did this.
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