Udaipur: The constituted Liquor prohibition Law across the Gujarat state was
also strictly prosecuted in Chota Udaipur district under the guidance of
District Superintendent of Police M.S.Bhabhor. To restrict the illegal
activities of the bootleggers, LCB Police inspector K.P.Gamit teamed up with
Assistant Superintendent of Police of Chota Udaipur Division Dharmendra Sharma
and instructed the relevant police officers to carry out effective operations
by raid or checking of suspected vehicles by cordoning.
inspector K.P.Gamit got the confirm information from the intelligence about the
blue color Tata Ace Mega vehicle as the carrier of illegal foreign liquor to
transport foreign liquor from Madhya Pradesh towards Vadodara via Panvad and
Chota Udaipur. Hence, Chota Udaipur Fatehpura Naka was cordoned and each
passing by vehicles was checked. The Tata Ace – No. GJ 34 T 0453 coming from
Panvad was caught with 60 bottles of foreign liquor packed in a white box from
the toolbox on the back of the vehicle. Driver Ukeshbhai Mishiyabhai Dhanaka –
resi. Shihada, Kavat, Chota Udaipur was arrested with total issues worth Rs.
2,31,040 which includes 60 bottles of foreign liquor worth Rs. 28,440; Tata Ace
vehicle No. GJ 34 T 0453 worth Rs. 2,00,000; setting plates worth Rs. 500; cash
money Rs. 1100 and a mobile phone worth Rs. 1000. The accused was handed over
to Chota Udaipur police station and further investigation was carried out.
effective operation by Chota Udaipur district LCB has created pressure on the
bootleggers who try to infuse foreign liquor in the state secretly.