16 people detained in Chhattarpur rave party case in Delhi

Published: Jun 09, 2019, 14:35 IST | mid-day online desk

"A total of 16 people mostly including the organisers and their support staff have been detained in the case," Additional Deputy Commissioner of Poice (Adl. DCP) South, Parvinder Singh said

16 people detained in Chhattarpur rave party case in Delhi
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New Delhi: Sixteen people were detained after a rave party in the Chhattarpur area of the national capital was busted, the police said on Sunday. "A total of 16 people mostly including the organisers and their support staff have been detained in the case," Additional Deputy Commissioner of Poice (Adl. DCP) South, Parvinder Singh told ANI.

"The permission was taken to host a party in a cafe in Chhatarpur from us and even the license was taken from the excise department but when a joint team of Delhi Police and Excise department reached the spot, we found that the liquor was being sold exceeding the permissible limits as per the terms of the license," Adl DCP Singh added.

The police also said that as of now they have no information about presence of people below the age of 18 attending the party, however, it said that the guests between the age of 18-25 were served alcohol. According to Indian laws, a person below the age of 25 cannot be sold alcoholic beverages. On Saturday, a rave party was raided by a joint team of Delhi's Excise Department and police officials at a farmhouse in Chhatarpur area of South Delhi.

"We have information about the footfall of over 600 people but further details are being ascertained. A case has been registered under relevant sections of the law and further investigation in the matter is underway," Parvinder said.

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