Villagers said: Excise department broke the locks of houses in the name of action and took cash and jewelry

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Villagers said: Excise department broke the locks of houses in the name of action and took cash and jewelry
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12:31 AM July 23, 2022
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On Friday evening, the villagers of village Binjalwara reached the police station and applied to the police station in -charge MR Romde, alleging cash and jewelery carrying cash and jewelery illegally against the Excise Department and the liquor shopkeeper. At the same time, after taking action, demanded to get cash and jewelery back. Kalu Poonamchand Chauhan of Binjalwara, Padam Chhagan Severe, Suresh Khumsingh Panwar, Mukesh Khumsingh, Malkibai Khumsingh Panwar, Punibai Chhagan, Kavita Dinesh Kushwaha and Manjulabai Dilip Kushwaha told At o'clock all went to the farm to work. The houses were locked. Between 12 o'clock and 1 o'clock, the employees of the Excise Department and the liquor shop contractor broke the lock and entered the house. The cash and gold and silver kept in our house were taken. Also, our ration cards and other documents were torn and thrown away. Employees of Excise Department and liquor shop took Rs 2500 cash and gold money from Padam's house, 5 thousand rupees cash from Suresh's house, 10 thousand rupees cash and gold from Punibai's house. 50 thousand from Kavita's house Rupees took cash and gold jewelery. Men were taken from Manjula's house worth about 10 thousand rupees. The villagers have demanded action by applying. During this time Kailash, Lakhan AW and others were present. Excise officer Ajay Pal Singh Bhadoria said that the Excise team of Bhikangaon and Sanavad has made 4 cases by taking joint action. Their allegations are baseless. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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