This hand-pump in MP village is a liquor dispenser!
Bhopal, Oct 12: A police team was taken by surprise during a raid in Madhya Pradesh's Guna village when during investigations, they found a hand-pump which was giving out liquor instead of water.
The unusual incident took place at a hamlet in Bhanpura village of the district, according to a report in The Times of India.
The hand-pump was giving out liquor as it was installed over the drums of the liquor in the ground. The accused had buried drums of liquor nearby his residence.
During the raid, around 1200 litre of liquor was seized.
"A total of around 1200 litre of illegal liquor was seized during the raid. It is a hamlet where people from Kanjar community live, the population of the hamlet is around 100. On Monday raids were conducted at the hamlet in Bhanpura village," Chanchoda police station in-charge, Ravi Gupta was quoted as saying in the TOI report.
Besides, the drum inside the ground, the police seized liquor from the house of the accused as well.
The police added that the hand pump was situated at a distance of several meters from the houses. "This was unusual. When we used the hand-pump, we were shocked to find that it was dispensing liquor instead of water," the police said.
Then, the ground was dug and 400 litres of liquor was recovered. Police also said that the accused used the hand-pump to sell liquor.