MP: FIR against Amazon

Bhind: Online shopping site Amazon is the biggest headline these days but recently there has been big news about it. In fact, a case has been registered against this famous website at Bhind in Madhya Pradesh. The Bhind police had revealed that Marijuana was sold through Amazon a few days ago. Police have registered a case under the NDPS Act against the directors of Amazon in the case.

Talking about the entire case, Bhind SP Manoj Kumar Singh said, on November 13, Gohad Chowk police had arrested a total of 4 accused while disclosing the home delivery of Marijuana through Amazon. One of them was a buyer. Not only that, but the police had also seized about 21 kg 734 grams of Marijuana from the accused. The police were then investigating it. Police also said that during the investigation it came to light that accused Suraj and Mukul Jaiswal formed a BABU TEX company and registered it as sellers at Amazon.

The duo would then order Marijuana online from Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh and deliver it to the customers. On the basis of this, the police had sought a response from the company Amazon but there was a difference between the facts found by the police in the company's response and investigation. In view of all this, police have registered a case under Section 38 of the NDPS Act, 1985 against the executive directors of the Amazon company.

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