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NEW DELHI: A unit allegedly preparing adulterated diesel was unearthed by the Revenue Department in coordination with the local police at Asola village in South Delhi on Saturday. While those involved in the racket are at large, the police claim to have discovered around one lakh litres of suspected spurious diesel and kerosene besides chemicals.
The raid was mounted at the private property on Saturday night following suspicion that it was being used for some illegal activities. “CCTV cameras had been installed all around the boundary walls, which raised suspicion,” said an official. Just before the police reached the place, the workers had escaped through the rear exit. The police discovered oil stored in underground reservoirs and tankers. Chemicals stuffed in bags and stored in drums were also found.
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