More than 4,400 FIRs have been registered in Maharashtra since March 11 regarding violation of the model code of conduct which is in power for the following month’s Lok Sabha surveys, an authority said Wednesday. The model implicit rules (MCC) came into power on March 10 when the Lok Sabha decision plan was declared. These cases, numbering 4,426, have been documented by the Election Commission (EC) flying squads and furthermore the extract division over the state, said the authority from the workplace of the state CEO. The biggest number of cases related to the destruction of open property and alcohol stocks that were being transported without the permit, he said. At times, alcohol was seized in dry zones like Chandrapur locale in Vidarbha, the authority said. The workplace of the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) has established three flying squads for every get together voting demographic in the state and they are joined by video recording groups. Up until this point, 32,797 authorized weapons have been surrendered and 131 authorized weapons seized for infringement of standards, the authority said. Likewise, 46 gun licenses have been dropped, he included.