Report – Munna Raj
Bagha. Liquor prohibition law is in force in Bihar. In such a situation, the state government is continuously taking big action to rein in liquor smugglers. At the same time, many strict rules have also been made to make liquor prohibition successful in Bihar. But, in spite of all this, liquor smugglers are engaged in smuggling liquor by taking out more than one trick. One such case has come to light from Bagaha in West Champaran, Bihar, where the number plates of vehicles were easily changed for the delivery of liquor. The matter came to light when the Bagaha police recovered a large consignment of liquor from a car on Thursday from Chautarwa Chowk. During the search, 779 bottles of English liquor and two number plates kept inside the vehicle were found.
According to the information, liquor was being taken from Haryana to Motihari. The interrogation of the driver is going on. In this regard, SHO Shambhu Sharan Gupta said that during patrolling in the morning, the police were on duty near Rohua Nala in Ratwal-Dhanha main road. Then a white colored Hyundai car was seen coming at high speed from Dhanaha’s side, which was signaled to stop. But, the driver did not stop the car and also increased the speed.
Liquor and 2 number plates found in the car
The SHO said that the car was chased as soon as the policemen on duty were informed, as soon as the car reached Chautarwa, it was stopped and the car was checked. During this, a large quantity of night blue liquor was found in the car. At the same time, two number plates kept in the car have also been found on which the registration number DL 8 CS 2505 was written. It is being speculated that liquor was smuggled in by changing the number plate. At present, the questioning of the driver is going on as to whom the liquor was to be given in Motihari.
Liquor was being taken to Motihari
In this regard, the arrested car driver Ravi Ehlawat, a resident of Senaria of Veri police station area of Haryana state, told that he was taking liquor to Motihari. While giving information, the SHO said that in this big action, police station’s SI DC Ram, Bhesh Narayan Singh, Anish Kumar, SI Manjay Kumar, Valmiki Prasad, Hauldar Hariram Yadav, wireless operator Sanjay Kumar Rao, women police and shopkeepers of Chautarwa Chowk. important role. All these efforts have led to success.