Police in Aligarh absorbed ill-gotten assets account Rs 51.80 crore of liquor mafia (Representational)
The badge in Aligarh on Friday absorbed ill-gotten assets account Rs 51.80 crore acceptance to western Uttar Pradesh's liquor mafia Anil Chaudhary, key accused in bootleg episodes that claimed lives of about 50 people, admiral said.
The activity was taken as allotment of a crackdown on abyss and anti-social elements on admonition of the accompaniment government, Aligarh Senior Superintendent of Badge (SSP) Kalanidhi Naithani said.
"A attack to attach the ill-gotten backdrop of abyss and mafias is underway. Today, liquor mafia Anil Chaudhary's assets account Rs 51.80 crore were attached. The activity has been taken beneath Section 14(1) of the Abyss Act," Mr Naithani said.
"Properties of his added assembly like Rishi Sharma, Munish Sharma, Vipin Yadav, Vikram Singh and some others complex in adulterous liquor business accept been absorbed in the past. The amount of those assets additionally runs in crores of rupees," he said.
"So far, ill-gotten backdrop account Rs 66 crore accept been absorbed by the badge in favour of the accompaniment government," he added.
The badge activity adjoin Chaudhary acquired force this year back about 50 bodies died in the commune allegedly afterwards arresting adulterous liquor in the months of May and June, according to officials.
With Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath calling for boxy activity adjoin bootleg sellers and makers, 33 FIRs were lodged and 88 suspects, including Chaudhary, arrested, they said.
Nine cases were lodged beneath the Abyss Act in which activity was taken adjoin 73 accused people, Mr Naithani said.
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