Sale and consumption of alcohol was banned in Bihar by the Nitish Kumar government in April, 2016.
He was wanted in the case related to the recovery of an AK 47 rifle and ammunition from his ancestoral house at Ladma.
Jagannath Mishra passed away on August 19 and the cremation took place at Balua Bazar amid with full state honours.
The party also sought resignation of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on moral grounds.
Jitendra Kumar, ADG, Police Headquarters, said police teams were conducting searches to arrest the criminals.
The police have charged the independent MLA after they recovered an AK-47 rifle and a hand grenade from his residence in Ladma village.
A team of FSL-cum-bomb disposal experts was summoned from Patna to take details of the recovery and defuse some of the bombs that were found with the assault rifle.
The Maoists were wanted in more than a dozen cases of insurgency-related crimes including the murder of two farmers in 2018.
Several mentally challenged people, beggars and homeless people have been attacked in different parts of the state.
According to police sources, the victim Krishna Manjhi was beaten by local people suspecting him to be a child lifter.
Sanjay Mayukh raised the matter in Bihar Legislative Council during the day and urged the state government to clarify the issue.
According to police sources, the SP lodged the FIR against those cops when they didn't hand over cases even after years of being transferred from the district.
The most shocking fact that came to the fore during initial interrogation was that one of the arrested has no permanent address and has been carrying a fake Adhaar card for a while.
CM Nitish Kumar, who imposed the prohibition in Bihar in April 2016, had instructed the state police to maintain zero tolerance on the same.
The SHO identified as Dilip Kumar Yadav was allegedly found in an inebriated condition at his own police station and sent to 14-days police custody.