Bantwal: Excise department raid - Absconding accused Norbert D'Souza arrested

Daijiworld Media Network - Bantwal (SP)

Bantwal, Apr 21: In connection with first information report filed against three persons living in door No. 1-134 in front of Canara Engineering College Benjanapdavu in Kodman village and raid conducted by Dakshina Kannada district excise team led by excise sub-inspector, two of the accused had been arrested. Owner of the house in question had absconded during the raid.

The excise team, which continued with the investigation, put together information about the ownership of the property where the illegal activity was conducted. After finding that the building is owned by Norbert D'Souza, who has been named as third accused, the team raided his house on Monday, April 20.

Norbert D'Souza

Norbert D'Souza (56), was arrested when he was at his home on Monday by a team led by excise sub-inspector Jagannath Naik A. The arrested accused was produced before the court at Bantwal.





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  • Eminef, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 21 2020

    He was doing social work during these difficult times. Please release him he has nothing to offer you guys . For once say no to the gifts offered and go after the real culprits.

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Tue, Apr 21 2020

    Mr Norbert and similar people please pay the excise dept cut in future.

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 21 2020

    either da excise department should supply alcohol or open da bars for alcohol lovers. fomenting & making alcohol for drinking purpose is not a crime, release norbert d'souza immediately.

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  • Deshbhakt, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 21 2020

    Common... the authorities confiscated 1,200 litres of jaggery mixture, 950 kg of jaggery, 500 litres of spurious wine, 300 litres of potato-jaggery mixture and equipment used to prepare illicit liquor at home. Do you think all these items make liquor just sufficient for self consumption ?

    No partiality , punish the man as per law, but don't stop at that, catch the bigger fish too.

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Tue, Apr 21 2020

    depend on 'capacity' Sir. Nobert probably was preparing for his own consumption.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Apr 21 2020

    Excise Department know the Solution ...

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  • Edward Maben, Kudla

    Tue, Apr 21 2020

    Tue simplest way to stop this is to open the wine stores. But i am appalled by the actions of the excise department and wonder how come they havent been able to catch one person who has been selling the prized liquid in black. Always going afyer small fish. Your inaction against the black marketeers makes one wonder if you are hand in glove with them. Silly !!

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  • Save my India, India.

    Tue, Apr 21 2020

    Well said Edward.
    Corrupt will only find more ways to enrich themselves in ""all situations"!!!

    Jai Hind!!!

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  • Rahul, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 21 2020

    Norbert Dsouza is posing like
    Lipton Tiger tea marketiser.

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