Nashik (Devla) : Leader News Service
Deola police intercepted a vehicle carrying ration wheat and rice from the government godown for sale in the black market on the Mumbai-Agra highway in Umrane. In this case, a case has been registered against the two accused under the section of the Essential Commodities Act. In this operation, the Deola police have seized the goods worth Rs. 11 lakh 97 thousand 500.
According to the information received from the Deola police on Wednesday (14th) Umrane. A truck (MH 12/FC 5844) on Mumbai Agra highway at Deola with about 246 sacks of rice (50 kg each) worth Rs. And rice was found. The Deola police got the information that this grain was being sold in the black market illegally. In this regard, the supply inspector of Deola, Jyoti Kapale, filed a complaint against the accused Vijay Devare (res. Umrane, Manmad Road) and Yogesh Manik Bhamre (32, truck driver, res. Khuntewadi, Deola). Deola police have seized the total amount of Rs.11 lakh 97 thousand 500. Under the guidance of Police Inspector Sameer Barwakar, Police Sub-Inspector Vikrant Kachre and colleagues are conducting further investigation.
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