Excise Inspector suspended for not performing duty properly in Chandigarh

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An excise and taxation inspector, Vikas Dhiman, has been suspended for not performing his duties diligently, as per an order issued by UT excise and taxation commissioner Vinay Pratap Singh.

A vigilance inquiry has also been ordered against Dhiman on the directions of Vijay N Zade, secretary, excise and taxation, Chandigarh.

As per a press release, during checking of a bottling plant, it was found that Dhiman had not been performing his duties diligently. The suspension will act as a deterrent for any lapses on the part of the officers as well as the trade at large, the release added.

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To control illicit trade of liquor in Chandigarh, the excise and taxation department has undertaken various steps, including checking of bottling plants and retail liquor vends.

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