Excise and police raid: Fake liquor factory caught in closed school, fake holograms and bottle stocks seized

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Excise and police raid: Fake liquor factory caught in closed school, fake holograms and bottle stocks seized

Rewari: The excise tax and the police achieved great success in the fight against drugs. The team from both departments jointly raided and blew up the factory that was producing fake alcohol in the closed school. In addition to some crates full of alcohol, a cache of empty alcohol bottles as well as fake holograms and caps were also recovered here. In addition, a car and Rs 1.5 lakh cash were also seized. The team also arrested a person running this racket while his two partners are absconding. The police are looking for the accused.

The private school near the powerhouse was closed for several years.

Police from Kosli police station in Rewari came to know that a private school near the power plant had been closed for a few years. In this, Sombir alias Kalia, resident of Murlipur village Rewari, Hemsingh alias Bilku, resident of Lilaheri village Jhajjar, and Pinky Sarpanch, resident of Pota village Mahendragarh, work together to prepare perch liquor. After receiving concrete information, the police formed a team and began surveillance around the school. Once the evidence was found, the team conducted a raid and recovered fake liquor from the spot.

Actions taken in collaboration with the Excise Department

The police team informed the excise department team on Sunday evening. Excise department inspector Raksha, Anil Kumar and Surendra Kumar reached the spot immediately. The team then conducted a raid. At that time, Sombir alias Kalia was about to leave with boxes of fake liquor in the car to sell the liquor on contract basis. The police took Sombir into custody, searched the car and found two boxes of fake rum. Scanning the barcode on them uncovered the fraud.

Goods and cash used in manufacturing counterfeit liquor have been recovered

The arrested accused Sombir told the police that he along with his partners prepared fake liquor in two rooms of this school. Then they sell them at liquor stands. When the police searched the school rooms, they found 1,802 empty liquor bottles, mostly rum bottles. Additionally, 115,387 fake holograms, around 3,000 cardboard boxes, 135 bundles, around 8,000 liquor bottle caps and two machines for packing fake liquor along with Rs 154,650 cash were recovered from the car. The police are investigating the matter.

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