Bihar: Liquor smuggled in a box of ghee, 80 liters of liquor seized from a bus going from Kolkata to Begusarai
On Saturday, a passenger bus going from Kolkata to Begusarai was searched near the block headquarters located on the Bhagalpur-Hansdiha road. In this sequence, seeing the police, the passengers fled leaving the bus driver and the Khalasi bus. During the search, 80 liters i.e. 277 bottles of Signature and Royal Player brand English liquor have been seized from 13 Dalda's box from inside the trunk of the passenger bus.
Circle Anti Leaker Sub Inspector Rajendra Prasad said that the vehicles were being checked by the police. During this, all the passengers from the seized passenger bus have been unloaded and the said bus has been confiscated. Due to which all the far-flung passengers aboard the bus had to face a lot of trouble. All the passengers boarded another bus and went ahead. Police Inspector Ajit Kumar Singh said that efforts are being made to identify the police driver and the helper.
Police is taking continuous action
On the Bhagalpur-Hansdiha road, the police conduct vehicle checking operations continuously. Liquor smugglers are also caught. Despite this, liquor smuggling continues. Now liquor smuggling is being done through passenger buses. In such a situation, now the police is also searching the bus daily.
cough syrup businessman arrested
Dialogue thread, Dhoraiah (Banka). Kundan Kumar Yadav, the absconding accused in the cough syrup case, has been arrested from Kurma Haat by the police station in-charge Maheshwar Prasad Singh. Kundan Kumar Yadav alias Tamta, on April 22 last month, a cough syrup trader, Roshan Kumar alias Raja Thakur, a resident of Dhoraiah village, was arrested with 56 bottles of codeine-containing cough syrup Dilex DC. In which the name of Kundan Kumar Yadav alias Tamta was also included. It is to be known that the banned cough syrup DC was recovered during the raid in the boring house located in Dhoraiah Bahiyar.