Bihar: 300 bottles of foreign liquor made in India seized; Three people including MBBS student arrested

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Liquor is completely banned in Bihar. Despite this, liquor is being smuggled heavily in the state, although action is also being taken against the liquor smugglers by the state police. In this episode, Bihar Police on Tuesday arrested three people, including an MBBS student, for smuggling banned Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL). Police also seized 300 bottles of IMFL from their homes.

According to the report, the smuggler Vikas Singh, his wife and MBBS student and their tenant have been arrested by the police.

SDPO Sadar Raghav Dayal said, “Vikas Singh, his entire family and a tenant were all caught in the sale of state-approved whiskey. We managed to seize 300 bottles of liquor. They have been arrested. In the matter. Further investigation is on.

Liquor racket busted in Bihar

The Nitish Kumar-led government in Bihar passed the Liquor Prohibition Act in 2016. Since then, there has been a complete ban on the sale, purchase and manufacture of liquor in the state. However, every day liquor smugglers are busted in the state.

Recently Republic Media Network has found in a sting operation that liquor is still being smuggled in the heartland of Bihar. Republic’s research team came to know in a sting operation that spurious liquor is being sold at six places in Patna, with active participation of youth and women.

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A woman was seen delivering liquor in a black plastic bag at a bus terminal in Patna. A similar incident was witnessed near Rajendra Nagar police post when a liquor smuggler was offering liquor delivery service. He was later caught on camera fetching liquor in two cans that looked like Frooti and Coke.

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