From a Class 12 scholar to a fruit vendor to a garment store proprietor, 20 individuals had been arrested on Saturday for playing in a farmhouse at Khuda Alisher on Saturday and Rs 2.52 lakh recovered from them.
The farmhouse was raided by a police group after senior superintendent of police Nilambari Jagadale obtained reviews of playing over there.
A case below the Playing Act was registered within the Sector 11 police station.
These arrested are Mohhammed Sanju (30) from Nada Sahib, a automotive washer; Mukesh (23) of Kishangarh village, who runs a store for utensils; Manoj (35) of New Indira Colony Manimjara, who’s a safai karamchari; Rattan Lal (41) of Sector 21 Panchkula, who runs a clothes store; Jatinder (33) of section 1 Bapu Dham, a fruit vendor; Fortunate (32) from Baddi, a jeweller; Jai Bhagwan (50) of Panchkula, a road vendor; Sumer Kumar (38) Bapu Dham Colony; who’s unemployed; farmer Jasnir Singh (32) of Nada village in Mohali; an worker (40) of Lodge Anand (40) from Sonepat; Suresh Kumar, unemployed, from Panchkula; an 18-year-old Class 12 scholar from Kishangarh; Manish Kumar (40), holding a personal job in Khuda Lahora; and Puneet (37) from Baddi, who owns a clothes store.
Hemant Kumar (24) and Harvinder Singh (28) from Kishangarh village are unemployed.
4 others, together with Parvinder Singh (30) and Vinod (20), additionally from Kishangarh village and Sachin (24) and Akash (20), from previous Panchkula, maintain personal jobs.