Indore: Liquor, vehicles worth Rs 1.61L seized

A case was registered against the accused under relevant sections of the Excise Act, 1915

Staff ReporterUpdated: Saturday, November 12, 2022, 12:30 AM IST
article-image
Seized liquor | Representative Photo

Indore (Madhya Pradesh): A team of excise department confiscated illicit liquor and vehicles worth Rs 1.61 lakh in two separate incidents. Officials said that on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday an excise team raided a spot near Hazrat Jungli Peer Baba Dargah in Kankar Hatod and arrested Kishanchand carrying liquor worth Rs 19,200 and a vehicle worth Rs 90,000, in which the liquor was kept.

Officials said that tip was received that the accused is carrying illicit liquor in the area and is about to supply it to someone. The team of excise department barricaded the route and stopped him and asked him to open a sack which he was carrying with him. The team found 6 boxes of illicit liquor totalling 54 litres.

A case was registered against the accused under relevant sections of the Excise Act, 1915.

Similarly, on Thursday afternoon, another excise team seized a two wheeler and a box of illicit liquor, both worth Rs 52,000. The accused is absconding in this case.

(To receive our E-paper on whatsapp daily, please click here. To receive it on Telegram, please click here. We permit sharing of the paper's PDF on WhatsApp and other social media platforms.)

RECENT STORIES

Madhya Pradesh: Remove encroachment from govt land within 3 days, says SDM in Sardarpur

Madhya Pradesh: Remove encroachment from govt land within 3 days, says SDM in Sardarpur

Indore Sports Update: Yashwant Club Madhya Pradesh State Level Ranking Tennis Tournament

Indore Sports Update: Yashwant Club Madhya Pradesh State Level Ranking Tennis Tournament

Indore Sports Update: Sports week concludes at RK Daga Maheshwari Academy

Indore Sports Update: Sports week concludes at RK Daga Maheshwari Academy

Indore Sports Update:Indore Corporation wins team championship

Indore Sports Update:Indore Corporation wins team championship

Govt New Law College scandal: Probe complete, report likely to be submitted today

Govt New Law College scandal: Probe complete, report likely to be submitted today