Press note dated 06/05/2020 from Nagpada Rs. Prohibition of Gutkha, Panamsala, Aromatic Tobacco and similar items worth Rs. 12,36,000 / – Performance of Mumbai Crime Cell-4. Action is being taken against those who illegally stockpile Gutkha, Panamsala, Mugandhit tobacco and similar banned food items without any government license. On On 06/05/2020, Ninad Sawant, Inspector of Police in-charge of Crime Branch Room-4, received convincing information from his confidential informants that Shaukat Ali Road, Kamathipura, Street No. 1, Nagpada, Mumbai. An ISM here is illegally stockpiling banned food items like Gutkha, Panamsala, Aromatic Tobacco, banned by the Government of Maharashtra for sale at inflated prices. In order to verify this news and take appropriate legal action against them, Proponi Sawant immediately asked the officer of the Food and Drug Administration Department, Shri. Ravindra Jabaji called Jakte to Crime Branch Room-4 and instructed him to form a team of officers, staff and judges of Room-4 and take action against them. According to the information received, the team was sent to Shaukat Ali Road, Kamathipura, street no. 1, Nagpada, Mumbai or Ism name Shakil Nabi Alam Khan, age 37 years, occupation – business, resident. Ltd. Rs. No. 01, Hazra Building, 1st Floor, Shuklaji Street, Nagpada, Mumbai – 40008. It was found that he had illegally stockpiled Gutkha, Panamsala, Aromatic Tobacco and similar banned food items without any government license. A total of Rs. Muddemal worth Rs 12,36,000 / – has been seized and Shakil Nabi Alam Khan, 37, has been arrested. Namud Ismanviruddha Nagpada Po. Two similar cases have been registered in Thane before. It was found that Isma illegally stole Gutkha, Panamsala, Aromatic Tobacco and similar banned food items banned by the Maharashtra government for his own benefit without any government license. On the complaint of Ravindra Jabaji Jakte, Nagpada Police Thane And. A. 204/2020, Articles 188, 232, 233, 328 Bhadavi. And an offense under Section 26 (2) (v), 27 (3) (9) (d), 59 of the Food Safety Standards Act 2006. The said case has been shifted to Crime Branch, Room-4 for further investigation. Under the continuous guidance of the Commissioner of Police (Crime) Shri Santosh Rastogi, as per the instructions of the Deputy Commissioner of Police (Disclosure) Shri Shahaji Umap, Assistant Commissioner of Police, D- (Central), Q. Po. Ni. Ninad Samvat, So. Po. Ni. Vinod Malve, Rajesh Patil, Vibhishan Gavhane, Po. H. Krishna Narvekar, Sunil Salokhe, Suryakant Ambre, Uttam Bote, Pona. Sandeep Kamble, Ajay Ballal, Po. Shi. Rajaram Patil, Sanjay Gaikwad, Poshicha. Lakhan Chavan led the team.