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Adulterated liquor caught in international liquor store of Gangapur in Surguja district

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Adulterated liquor caught in foreign liquor shop of Gangapur in Surguja district

Under the course of Excise Minister Shri Kawasi Lakhma and Departmental Secretary Shri Niranjan Das, the marketing campaign of investigation and arrest of coaches is occurring in Chhattisgarh to strictly ban unlawful transportation of liquor and enterprise of adulterated liquor. In this connection, on November 23, the flying squad group of the Excise Department of Surguja division raided the international liquor store positioned in Gangapur and investigated. The flying squad group discovered 8 bottles of adulterated liquor within the store, the colour used on the time of constructing liquor, 250 nos of empty bottles, lids and packaging materials utilized in totally different manufacturers of liquor, which was seized by the flying squad group of Deputy Commissioner Excise. has carried out.
In the stated case, motion is being taken by the Deputy Commissioner Excise by establishing a felony case in opposition to the principle vendor Anand Singh, father Kailash Singh and salesman Jaiprakash Gupta, father Shravan Kumar Gupta and multipurpose employee Mukesh Rajak, father Gopal Rajak, who had been current in the course of the investigation in Mandira store. Apart from this, motion can be being taken to separate the opposite staff posted within the store who weren’t current on the inspection store on the time.
According to the data acquired from the Excise Commissioner, at the moment, on November 24, a felony case has been established by confiscating 70 liters of Mahua liquor from the possession of the accused, Genbai Satnami, Husband-Hublal, in village Ghoghari beneath the Excise Department Durg Ranitarai police station. Under the possession of Yashwant Yadav, father Padmanand, resident of village Kumhadikala in Devbhog block of Gariaband district, motion has been taken to confiscate the plastic sack, crimson double horse imprint (made within the state of Odisha) liquor.
It is noteworthy that the sale of liquor at the next fee than the liquor store has been introduced beneath the class of felony case beneath the Excise Act Amendment. Recently, in the course of the investigation of nation and international liquor store Hirmi, District Balodabazar, a case of promoting liquor at the next fee was registered by the State Level Flying Squad, beneath which felony instances had been registered in opposition to the salesmen working in liquor retailers, Mr. Jwala Anant and Mr. Ramesh Kumar as per guidelines. Action is being taken to disconnect the service.

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