Former bootlegger put allegations on Vadodara Sama police jawans for forcing him to start business again
Police termed the allegations as false and baseless
Former bootlegger gives application to Vadodara police commissioner alleging two jawans of Sama police station forcing him to start the business again and demand money. He also allege that two bootleggers, who are currently running the liquor business, have been brought to the police station and beaten by them to name him. Both got treatment in Sayaji Hospital.
As per available details, Ramsingh Ombahadur Thapa (age 35) and Vinod Jessingbhai Mali (age 40), both residents of Sama Navi Nagar and dealing in foreign liquor, alleged that they were beaten by two policemen of Sama police station. The two bootleggers got treatment at Sayaji Hospital. Based on their complaint, the police have launched an investigation.
On the other hand, Ramesh Bachubhai Mali living in Sama Jawaharnagar and running a foreign liquor business four years ago, gives a complaint to the police commissioner alleging that two policemen from the Sama police station, were forcing him to start the liquor business again. He mentioned that they threatened him to frame his son and demand money on monthly basis.
He alleging that Ram Singh Thapa and Vinod Mali, who are currently in the liquor business, have been beaten for calling his name. He demand investigation into the matter.
However the police termed all the allegations as baseless. "All the allegations are baseless and the bootleggers are trying to frame the jawans for wrong intentions. We had done 10 to 12 prohibition cases last month in the area and they are putting allegations on police jawans with an intention to make them stay away and they do their business freely. It is also hard to believe that how police can force a bootlegger to start business again. All the allegations are false and baseless, " Said N. H. Brahmbhatt PI Sama police station Vadodara.