Database will be prepared through Aadhaar card
Krishan Kumar, Deputy Commissioner, Excise, said that the Aadhaar authentication system for law breakers under the Prohibition Act was successfully launched as a pilot project in Patna Sadar, Barh and Danapur last December. Now, we have started this system at five places in Patna district. Which includes centers each in Paliganj and Masaurhi and 37 other districts. Biometric details of each law breaker are being entered in the database for future reference. The system will help the department to keep track. Habitual drinkers. If a person is caught drinking alcohol for the second time, he will be sent to jail.
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database of alcoholics
He said that the database of new criminals is also being stored in the Aadhaar authentication system, so that the accused do not dodge the authorities by furnishing false information. Earlier it used to take time to identify whether a person is a first time or habitual offender. Patna Assistant Commissioner (Prohibition) Deenbandhu said that during the breath analyzer test, the raiding team noted down the Aadhaar information of the accused to create a database. He said that since the introduction of this new system, about 194 second-time criminals have been caught and sent to jail in Patna.
Preparation of Bihar government
After the amendment to the Act, nearly 90,000 people were caught as first-time drink offenders from April to October last year. About 550 alcoholics were sent to jail for drinking alcohol for the second time. After the amendment in the law of Bihar government, a considerable amount of revenue was received. Those caught drinking for the first time paid a substantial fine. Experts believe that after the implementation of the Aadhaar card scheme, the drunkards in Bihar will now be careful. They know that if caught again, it is certain to go to jail.
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