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The officials, led by the Deputy Commissioner, R. Anbalagan, who were on a routine combing operation, came across the stationary tanker. The cleaner claimed that the vehicle contained only lubricant oil. But a check revealed the presence of the spirit inside the container (having three chambers).
The Deputy Commissioner today said it had been tentatively decided to hand over the cases of seizure of rectified spirit to the CID wing of the police to trace the accused and the sources of the product.
A meeting was held yesterday under the chairmanship of the additional district magistrate, G. Ragesh Chandra, to decide the next course of action.
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