Liquor worth Rs 45 lakh seized in Dahod village
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In a late night raid, Dahod police Sunday seized liquor worth more than Rs 45 lakh from Moti Kharaj village, 10 km west of Dahod town. This is the second big haul of iquor in the district in as many days.
Acting on a tip-off, a team of Dahod police and personnel of State Reserve Police Force (SRPF) swooped on the houses of three brothers, Mahendra Bhabhor (45) and Kaushik Bhabhor (40) and Kahesh Bhabhor (38), around 11 pm. However, three brothers and their wives escaped leaving behind their children.
"While searching their houses, we found 1.18 lakh bottles of Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) worth Rs 45.14 lakh stored in cardboard boxes," Dahod rural police sub-inspector (PSI) Ashokdan Gadhavi said Monday. "We have launched a hunt for the three brothers," he added.
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