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JAMMU: Excise Commissioner, Mohammad Javed Khan on Wednesday suspended the license of a brewery operating in Samba following detection of Excise duty evasion on bottles and cans of beer of a reputed brand being bottled under franchisee agreement. He also suspended the In-charge Excise Officer and two Excise Guards for dereliction of duty pending enquiry into the matter.
The license was suspended by the Excise Commissioner after receipt of the preliminary report from Deputy Excise Commissioner, Distilleries, who conducted surprise inspection of the factory on 4th March, 2017 along with ETO, Distillery and ETO, Eradication and found that 617 beer cans of 500 ml each and 493 beer bottles of 650 ml each of a reputed brand without affixation of the mandatory Excise holograms on them.
During the inspection, the team checked the Excise Bond of the brewery, where the beer bottles/cans were supposed to be stacked after bottling, affixation of Excise holograms and packed into cases. The Excise Commissioner further ordered an enquiry to be conducted by Deputy Excise Commissioner, Executive.
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