On 26 November 2015, the Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar declared that liquor would be prohibited in the state from 1 April 2016. Regardless of the equivalent, a few cases identifying with the deal and acquisition of liquor was surfaced from the state before.
The latest case is that of alcohol bottles worth Rs 90 lakh that were seized in Patna. The alcohol was supposedly being taken to Muzaffarpur and had been snuck as 'mustard oil'.
According to the station house officer (SHO) of Vikram police headquarters, Rituraj, a vehicle checking drive at Khoretha global under Vikram police headquarters was dispatched after they got a hint.
500 containers of alcohol seized
During the drive, the cops halted a truck for checking and found upwards of 500 containers of marked alcohol. The alcohol was being carried under the name of mustard oil brands, Hindustan Times revealed.
Mustard oil marks put on containers to deceive the cops
The SHO added that the cleaner of the truck Sukhraj Singh and the driver Dilbagh Singh was seized. He added, "During cross-examination, the captured people told the police that they printed mustard oil marks and put them on the alcohol bottles in New Delhi to deceive the cops. The carried alcohol was to be conveyed to Muzaffarpur."
The police added that the blamed were taken to the police headquarters for additional tests. He added that the cops are additionally making endeavors to discover the personality of the other people who were engaged with pirating and supply. The charged will be shipped off prison in the wake of being delivered under the watchful eye of the extract court at Patna common court.