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Excise seize IMFL in Dimapur, one held with ganja in Kma

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/17/2021 1:25:22 PM IST

Excise department Dimapur and Kohima police Wednesday released various crime reports to the media including seizure of illegal liquor and contraband ganja and arrest of individuals..

In a case of multiple IMFL seizures from March 12 to 14, Dimapur district excise duty party manning the excise check gate Chümoukedima seized three major consignments of liquor from three trucks on separate occasions.

On March 14, 2021, the excise duty party based on intelligent tip-off intercepted two trucks (AS 09T 4604 and (MN 01 9937) both bound for Imphal, Manipur.

According to superintendent of excise & prohibition, Dimapur, T. Arilong Longkumer, on frisking the vehicle the duty party recovered 1006 cases of assorted IMFL concealed under several bags of fish feeds.

In another incident on March 12, 2021, the same duty party manning Chümoukedima excise check gate intercepted a truck (NL 01N 5626) and on frisking the vehicle, the duty party recovered 288 cases of assorted IMFL which was also concealed under bags of essential commodities. In this connection, one Lairenlakpam Manikanta Singh (38), Ajit Singh (30) and Laishram Bijoy Singh (32), residents of Imphal, Manipur, were arrested and penalised under relevant punitive sections of NLTP Act 1989.

The duty party was led by AIE Allen Jami, AIE (Prob) Tonika, H/constable Tsuknung, Lady H/C TK Medom, constables Akahoto, Khekavi, Thejong, Khalenthong, Tsathongli, Thrilise and lady constable Sorila.

One held with ganja: Personnel of Kohima police South PS while on routine surveillance duty at paramedical junction intercepted a Mahindra Scorpio (AS06F0498) and apprehended on driver Silastin (30), Senapati, Manipur on March 15 on charges of possessing contraband ganja.

According to Kohima police PRO, on checking the vehicle, 20 packets of contraband ganja wrapped in black coloured polythene sheet was found concealed inside the vehicle. The contraband ganja weighing approximately 200 kg along with the vehicle were seized.

In this connection, a regular case under NDPS Act was registered for further investigation, PRO added.

 

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