Drugs used to be brought from Nepal and sold in Delhi, police arrested three smugglers with 15 kg of hashish

New Delhi: The Anti-Narcotic Cell of the Delhi Police has nabbed three drug traffickers with drugs. The police have recovered 15.155 kg of hash (hashish), a weighing machine and nine polythene from their possession. All the three accused are from Nepal. In fact, the police had received secret information that some people were coming to smuggle drugs through Sarai Kale Khan.

Acting on this basis, the police laid a trap near the Bala Sahib Gurudwara. Then as the trio were walking from there, the police stopped them on the basis of suspicion and interrogated them and as soon as they opened their bag, drugs were recovered in it. During interrogation, the accused said that they have been bringing drugs from Nepal and supplying them to Delhi-NCR for the last one year. Along with this, he is also in touch with a big drug dealer in Nepal. The police are still interrogating them.

Earlier, the Special Cell of The Delhi Police had busted a gang supplying drugs to Bengal, Bihar, UP and Delhi-NCR through Manipur. Police arrested two smugglers of the gang in this connection with five kilograms of high-quality heroin. The price of which in the international market was said to be around Rs 20 crore. The arrested drug smugglers include Kalimuddin SK, a resident of Nadia in Bengal, and Waseem Khan, a resident of Manipur.

Girl married her lover, then the parents did this horrific work

Woman accuses cop of rape, whole thing will blow your senses

AMU professor Asad booked for triple talaq and dowry harassment, UP police to investigate

- Sponsored Advert -

Most Popular

- Sponsored Advert -