Commissioner of Excise Nagaland Tarep Imchen said that the excise personnel have conducted raids between March 12 to March 25 across the state and seized liquor.
The raids have been carried out as a part of the election expenditure monitoring ahead of the polls.
As per reports, 2078 litres of Indian made foreign liquor and 8033 litres of country-made liquor have been seized.
The total cost of the Indian made liquor and the country made liquor that have been seized are estimated to be Rs 7,27,394 and Rs 8,83,630 respectively.
Imchen also said that 425 bottles of banned cough syrup have also been seized during the raids.
He added that all the seized items have been destroyed on the spot.
A total of 175 people have been booked and each of them have been asked to pay a fine of Rs 1,87, 500.
Imchen said security measures have been tightened across the state to prevent suspected movement of illegal consignment at both intra and inter-state level.
The public relations officer of Inspector General Assam Rifles (North) Lt Col L Vincent Patton said that the personnel of the paramilitary force who are based in Kohima raided strategic locations on Saturday.
He further added that the personnel have seized 2,294 cases of Indian made foreign liquor worth approximately Rs 1.06 crore.