• Heroin Worth Rs 48 Crore Smuggled From Manipur To Delhi Seized. See Where It Was Hidden

    Interrogation of some accused arrested in recent raids gave the police some good leads which eventually helped in catching the four accused men
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    Delhi police on Friday busted a huge smuggling group that led to the recovery of 12 kg heroin worth Rs 48 crore.

    The operation was carried out the special cell of Delhi police which led to the arrest of the alleged kingpin Mohammad Abdur Razzak and his aides Shahnawaz Hussain, Sachit and Mohammad Idris Ali.

    A truck and a scooty used by the gang has also been seized, said the police.

    The police said that on interrogation, Shahnawaz revealed that he has been to Manipur several times in the last 3-4 years in his truck to bring heroin, which was hidden in a secret compartment under the vehicle. He also made stops in Guwahati in Assam and other parts of the State to make deals.

    According to reports, interrogation of some accused arrested in recent raids gave the police some good leads which eventually helped in catching the four accused men. Special Cell DGP Sanjeev Yadav said that the narcotics have been targeted for distribution in northern states.

    He also added that Afghanistan is one of the suspected routes from where heroin comes. From the last 3-4 years heroin has been coming from Manipur, which shares a border with Myanmar, and from there narcotics are smuggled to Uttar Pradesh and then, distributed across the country, he added.

    The recent four men who got arrested got their latest batch of low-grade heroin from suppliers in Manipur and brought them to Delhi, where they worked to improve the quality of for selling in the Delhi NCR region and UP areas, as per reports.
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