Vadodara Navapura police seized different brands of liquor bottles from Mehbubpura near railway station area along with the vehicle used to ferry the consignment.
The liquor belonged to the notorious gangster Aslam Bodiya who managed to escape from the spot during the raid. Navapura police registered the case of prohibition against Aslam Bodiya and further investigating to trace him.
After the notification was out for strict implementation of prohibition law in the state on Tuesday, the Navapura police in Vadodara raided the house of notorious gangster Aslam Bodiya and seized liquor bottles worth 1,81,300 rupees and a luxurious SUV from there. However Aslam managed to escape from the spot and the police registered the case against him and declared him wanted.
According to the information the bottleger’s active in the city are in the process to bring consignment inside the city in view of the upcoming 31st December and the police is also active to stop such activities.
However on Wednesday the Navapura police recieved the information about notorious Aslam Bodiya bring consignment of liquor for the upcoming 31st December. The police planned a raid and reached near his house at Mehbubpura and saw the SUV standing near his house. The police team immediately seized the SUV and during check found 520 bottles of various brands inside. However Aslam Bodiya managed to escape from there after heard about the police raid.
After the notification of stricter prohibition law in the state of Tuesday the Vadodara Navapura police registered the first case against notorious Aslam Bodiya. As per the new law there is 10 years of jail proposed for the accused and the notorious Aslam alias Bodiya Haidermiyan Sheikh might be punished as per the new law. However police declared him wanted and search is on to nab him.
Notorious Gangster Aslam Bodiya has many cases of half murder, rioting, house break-ins, theft, robbery, prohibition and extortion cases against him and now a new case of prohibition registered against him after the implementation of new prohibition law in the state