Raipur- Excise officer AP Tripathi and liquor baron Trilok Dhillon, caught in the 2000 crore liquor scam, were produced in the court today. The remand of these people has been extended once again, Judge Ajay Singh Rajput had presented in the court to end the remand of these people. But no decision could be taken and the remand has been extended for 3 days.
When were both presented in the court?
On May 19, ED had presented Excise Department officials Arunpati Tripathi in the court along with businessman Anwar Dhebar, Nitesh Purohit, Trilok Dhillon in the excise scam. After hearing in the court, businessmen Anwar Dhebar and Nitesh Purohit were sent to jail on judicial remand for 14 days. At the same time, businessmen Trilok Dhillon and AP Tripathi were sent on remand for 4 days. However, now once again both have been sent for remand for 3 days.
Seized property worth 180 crores.
According to the information, so far property worth 180 crores has been seized. In which 69 properties worth Rs 98.78 crore of Anwar Dhebar have been attached. A property worth Rs 1.35 crore of Arunpati Tripathi has been attached. Apart from this, three properties of Vikas Aggarwal worth Rs 1.54 crore and 32 properties of Arvind Singh worth Rs 11.35 crore have been attached. At present, these properties have been provisionally attached. The ED had revealed the liquor scam of 2000 crores between 2019 and 2023. The ED has already arrested Anwar Dhebar, Nitesh Purohit, Trilok Singh Dhillon and Arunpati Tripathi in this scam.