Zillabadar criminal operated a liquor store, license suspended

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Bahraich. The excise authority had begun police inspections of the district’s licensees. It confirmed that a district judge was running a business. The license of this shop has been suspended. In it, the verification report of 14 people confirmed that the character was incorrect. After that, notices were issued to all. On Sunday, the excise agency held a meeting and issued a warning to everyone. At the same time, instructions were issued to install surveillance cameras in all stores. The big action caused a stir among the department’s licensed liquor sellers.
In order to eradicate the illegal liquor business in the district, District Judge Dr. Directed to Dinesh Chandra to pass the character check of all liquor dealers. A total of 351 stores are operated by the excise authority in the district. The police check confirmed the criminal image of Rakesh Nigam, the licensee of the English liquor store in Bhedhiya, Risia. In addition to his work as a district judge, several cases were uncovered in the verification report.
District tax officer Pragalbha Lavania said the license of this store has been suspended. While the police also confirmed the lack of legality in the audit report by the accountant and concessionaire of 14 shops. Messages have been sent to all of them. On Sunday, the Excise Board held a meeting with all licensees at a resort on Sitapur Road. In addition to the inspection, it also gave instructions on how to install video surveillance in the shops.
Shop runs daily
The district tax officer said the suspended Risia store is now operating on a daily basis. Further measures will be taken to advertise the shop on the instructions of the DM.
Action will be taken upon receipt of the response
A police check is carried out. Information is also gathered about the criminal image of the accountant who sat in the store with the liquor sellers. Notifications were sent to 14 people. An answer was asked within a week. Further action will be taken after receiving the response.
Pragalbha Lavania, Tax Officer, Bahraich

Bahraich. The excise authority had begun police inspections of the district’s licensees. It confirmed that a district judge was running the store. The license of this shop has been suspended. In it, the verification report of 14 people confirmed that the character was incorrect. After that, notices were issued to all. On Sunday, the excise agency held a meeting and issued a warning to everyone. At the same time, instructions were issued to install surveillance cameras in all stores. The big action caused a stir among the department’s licensed liquor sellers.

In order to eradicate the illegal liquor business in the district, District Judge Dr. Directed to Dinesh Chandra to pass the character check of all liquor dealers. A total of 351 stores are operated by the excise authority in the district. The police check confirmed the criminal image of Rakesh Nigam, the licensee of the English liquor store in Bhedhiya, Risia. In addition to his work as a district judge, several cases were uncovered in the verification report.

District tax officer Pragalbha Lavania said the license of this store has been suspended. While the police also confirmed the lack of legality in the audit report by the accountant and concessionaire of 14 shops. Messages have been sent to all of them. On Sunday, the Excise Board held a meeting with all licensees at a resort on Sitapur Road. In addition to the inspection, it also gave instructions on how to install video surveillance in the shops.

Shop runs daily

The district tax officer said the suspended Risia store is now operating on a daily basis. Further measures will be taken to advertise the shop on the instructions of the DM.

Action will be taken upon receipt of the response

A police check is carried out. Information is also gathered about the criminal image of the accountant who sat in the store with the liquor sellers. Notifications were sent to 14 people. An answer was asked within a week. Further action will be taken after receiving the response.

Pragalbha Lavania, Tax Officer, Bahraich

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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