Shimla: Vigilance in Himachal Pradesh has stepped up the investigation in the case of fraud on two liquor firms with the excise department for about two and a half crores. The bungling took place in Una district of the state. Vigilance has raided the house of the ex-DGP's daughter-in-law and other accused and collected many evidences. Laptop and many documents have been found from the house of accused Rohit.
This may lead to several important revelations in the liquor scandal of around 25 million. It is worth mentioning that the accused have paid about Rs 2 crore, 63 lakh rupees to the Excise and Taxation Department by filling fake invoices. The complaint has been lodged by Deputy Excise and Taxation Commissioner Pradeep Sharma at Vigilance Police Station Una.
Vigilance raided the two liquor firms in the district along with the Excise Department at the house of Har Priya Minhas and Rohit Kumar, accused in a fraud case of around Rs 2.5 crore. During the raid, Vigilance's team recovered a laptop and several important documents from the house of accused Rohit Kumar.
The Vigilance team is investigating the case by taking possession of the laptop and documents found at the house of the accused. The vigilance team is raiding other places including the house of the accused, but the accused have not been arrested yet. Vigilance SP said that no family member was found there during the raid. But laptop and other important documents have been recovered.