Noida News: Sector-20 Kotwali police busted the inter-state liquor smuggling gang and arrested three miscreants. Delhi’s Ravi Chauhan, Nakul Nagar, Ashish. Delhi’s Kamal Kishore alias KP, Manoj and three people involved in the gang have managed to escape. Police is looking for the accused.
4,500 liters (386 cases) of Haryana state liquor worth Rs 21 lakh, six mobile phones and Rs 40 thousand 300 in cash have been recovered from the possession of the arrested accused.
The net of the main gangster is spread in Delhi-NCR
Additional DCP Noida Ashutosh Dwivedi says that the main leader of liquor smuggling is Kamal Kishore alias KP. Who supplies liquor illegally by taking liquor from Gurugram to Delhi, Noida and Ghaziabad by changing routes.
Were supplying for the new year
ACP Noida Rajneesh Verma said that the accused used to park a vehicle full of liquor in the parking lot in the border area of Delhi, Noida and supply liquor boxes in small cars. The liquor recovered from the accused was being taken for supply in Christmas, New Year’s programme.
The accused carry liquor in several cars. So that it can be easily supplied in different areas. The gang has been active for the last ten years. 27 cases of liquor smuggling and heinous crimes have been registered against the accused Kamal Kishore alias KP in Delhi, NCR region.
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The first case against the accused was registered about 32 years ago in the year-1990. A reward of 25 thousand has been given to the team that arrested the accused.
Phase-1 and Sector-24 Kotwali also caught smugglers
Phase-1 Kotwali police arrested three smugglers and recovered 15 boxes of liquor Haryana Marka and a small elephant (tempo) from their possession. The accused have been identified as Salim, Ajay, Tajeeb of Delhi. Sector-24 Kotwali police arrested a liquor smuggler and recovered 48 pavwa country liquor Haryana Marka from his possession. The accused has been identified as Rakesh Kumar of Sector-11.