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Judge sentenced the alcohol smuggler to ten years in Nalanda

Judge sentenced the alcohol smuggler to ten years in Nalanda

Biharsharif (Nalanda): Second ADJ cum Excise Special Judge Santosh Kumar of the District Court had convicted one in the case of bringing a consignment of liquor.

Maruti driver Ramvaran Yadav, the resident of Mahanandpur village of Deepnagar police station area, who brought liquor on September 2, has been fined one lakh rupees including 10 years imprisonment.

Bihar Madh Prohibition Act was found, if the guilty does not pay the amount of fine, then he was sentenced to undergo additional imprisonment of three months.

The judge sentenced the alcohol smuggler to ten years in Nalanda, Bihar

Another accused in this case, Vishnu Kumar, a resident of Singarhat of Sohsarai police station area, was released due to lack of evidence.

Special Additional Excise Public Prosecutor Niranjan Prasad Singh had recommended to the court to give maximum punishment to the prosecution on the determination of sentence.

While eight witnesses were examined during the trial.

On 29 May 17, a charge was registered against the accused on the statement of Jai Shankar Prasad, the informant of the Laheri police station, cum case, according to which Jharkhand was on the road in front of Kargil bus stand with the police force at five o’clock in the evening of 29 May 17.

They were checking the oncoming vehicles.

In this sequence, seeing a Maruti Suzuki police stopped the vehicle, the accused and the driver started running away.

During this, the police chased and caught both of them and after searching the vehicle, they had arrested 160 litres of Jharkhand-made country liquor kept in a no sack.

This is the second sentencing determination of successive judgments in the Product Special Judge Court on finding the evidence to be true.

Whereas even before this, the accused woman, Kiran Devi, a resident of the village, was sentenced to five years imprisonment and a fine of one lakh rupees on Sikdi of Wayne police station area, who did business by keeping 1509 litres of liquor, 225 litres of spirit.

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AUTHORDeepa Chandravanshi

Deepa Chandravanshi is the founder of The Magadha Times & Chandravanshi. Deepa Chandravanshi is a writer, Social Activist & Political Commentator.

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