Excise Deptt team seizes liquor worth 7.2 lakh in several raids
   Date :01-Aug-2020

Excise Deptt team seizes
In a major breakthrough, District Excise Department seized 72 crates of English liquor and 60 crates of country-made liquor costing Rs 7.20 lakh, a truck and two cars and arrested a driver, on Friday. During the campaign, acting on a tip-off, a team led by Excise Control Room in-charge, G L Maravi started a search in Circle-1B Vijay Nagar and checked a truck (MP 20 GA 6454) parked near house number C3/10. In the search, team found 65 crates of English liquor and 40 crates of country-made liquor but no one was threre with the truck. In further search, excise personnel found a Suzuki Eco Van (MP 15 CA 3662) near house number C3/10 in abandoned condition and found 12 crates of country-made liquor in the car. In the search of house, excise team seized 7 crates of country-made liquor.
Meanwhile, excise team received information that a Hyundai Accent car coming from Katni side was carrying illegal stock. Acting on the information, excise team started a search and stopped the identified car near Katangi by-pass numbered AP-10CA-1212 and seized 7 crates of foreign liquor and arrested the driver, Rakesh Pradhan. District Excise Department registered a case under Section 34(1) and 34(2) of Madhya Pradesh Excise Act while further investigations are underway.
Excise team was comprised of Assistant Excise Officer, Rajesh Choudhary, Head Constables, Narendra Uike, Neklal Bagri, Ramesh Kushram and Constables, Rakesh Jadon and Anurag Sharma.
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