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Delhi police bust inter-state narco cartel, arrests 2 with 661 kg of marijuana

Delhi police bust inter-state narco cartel, arrests 2 with 661 kg of marijuana | Information

New Delhi: Delhi Police have busted an inter-state narco cartel and arrested two individuals with 661 kg of marijuana, an official stated right here on Monday (October 11).
Furnishing the main points, Deputy Commissioner Urvija Goel stated that the police had acquired data that two individuals would are available a truck from the Delhi Cantt facet and cross the Naraina space through Ring Highway for supplying medication.
Primarily based on this data, a police staff was constituted that laid a lure beneath the Naraina flyover. After a while, a truck was seen coming from the Delhi Cantt facet. The police staff stopped the truck close to the DDA land and overpowered its two occupants.
Throughout checking, it was discovered that the truck was laden with wood logs and beneath the wood logs, a secret chamber was put in from the place 661 kg of marijuana was recovered. The estimated worth of the recovered medication is alleged to be round Rs 1 crore within the worldwide market.
The accused had been recognized as Rafique Khan, a resident of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, and Raj Kishore, a resident of Samaypur-Badli, Delhi.
On interrogation, the accused individuals disclosed that the nexus had reached Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Haryana and Rajasthan.
The recovered consignment was ordered by an individual named Shera and his accomplice Bahadur Singh alias Fauji.
On additional interrogation, it was revealed that Shera had bought the contraband from Chetan, who`s primarily based in Odisha`s Koraput district.
The police have carried out raids at numerous locations in Koraput and have arrested Chetan. He revealed that he had organized the recovered contraband for Shera from the tribal areas of the Andhra-Odisha border.
The police have registered a case beneath sections 20, 25, and 29 of the Narcotic Medication and Psychotropic Substances Act on the Naraina police station. “Additional probe continues to be on,” the senior official added.
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