Two Afghan nationals are among the four persons recently arrested in Delhi's Bhogal, in connection with an India-Afghanistan drug syndicate. Those involved in this syndicate would manufacture and adulterate heroin in the local areas, the probe has revealed. One investigator, who is privy to the details of the case, has shared that the man leading the syndicate is based in Dubai.
In J&K's Baramulla, the Indian army organized a drugs awareness camp in which a free lecture was organized to address the youth on March 14. The camp was organized by the Uplona Rashtriya Rifles Battalion of the Indian Army in collaboration with the district development commissioner, anti-drugs team, Kandbagh. Furthermore, 46 individuals attended the event in which they were told about the drug crimes, medical issues, and harm of drugs.… read-more
Delhi Crime Branch seized 700 kilos of premium quality cannabis near Akshardham Temple in Delhi, on March 14. The accused Mirza Ansari has been arrested along with a car and a truck which were used in the crime. "A dedicated team of Inter-State Cell, Crime Branch was constituted to collect specific inputs and to nab them," said DCP, Deepak Yadav. However, all packets of contraband were transported from Agartala, Tripura.
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In Assam's Nagaon four drug peddlers and five gamblers were arrested by Nagaon police with 34 vials of heroin, 300 sample tablets, and three syringes on February 10. During the search operation, Nagaon police arrested drug peddlers and gamblers in various PS areas of Nagaon district. "Nagaon Police recovered 34 vails of heroin, 300 sample tablets, and three syringes," tweeted Nagaon Police. Moreover, further details are awaited.
Vijay Pagare, an NCB witness alleged that Aryan Khan was "framed up" in the drug case as the raid was pre-planned. Reportedly, Khan, who got bail after three weeks of jail was embroiled in the case as several individuals wanted to make money. Prabhakar Sail, another witness claimed that few NCB officials attempted to "extort" money for Aryan's bail. However, further inquiries were launched by… read-more
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In Maharashtra's Palghar district, police arrested a man, and retrieved Ganja worth Rs 25,000. Crime detection unit of Mira Bhayandar-Vasai Vihar Police Commissionerate nabbed the accused, identified as Rizwan Abdul Khan (24). Furthermore, a case was registered under the NDPS Act at the Pelhar police station against the accused. The MBVV police said, "Over 2.4 Kg ganja was recovered from him".
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Following the meeting with all the Deputy Commissioners and the Senior Superintendents of Police (SSPs) of Punjab, CM Charanjit Singh Channi launched ''Mission Clean'' in the state on October 31. Under the mission, the Civil and Police administration will take ''strict action against Drug, Sand, and Liquor Mafia'' in the state. The authorities will also use the ''zero tolerance'' policy against corruption, as per the CM's directions.
NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede on October 25 retaliated in a press note after the Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik shared Wankhede's personnel documents commending him as a fraud. The officer, who was involved in the raid on the cruise ship, stated, "Publishing of my personal documents on Twitter is a defamatory and unnecessary invasion to my family". ''My father is a Hindu...My mother was a Muslim,'' added Wankhede.
Colombia's most-wanted drug smuggler, Dairo Antonio Usuga aka "Otoniel," was apprehended on October 23 by the Colombian authorities. Otoniel, leader of the Gulf Clan, which is the country's largest drug trafficking group, was detained in a rural region of the Department of Antioquia near the Panamanian border. Reportedly, he had been ''one of the most-wanted target for Colombia's most-wanted authorities''.
During the questioning by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), actor Ananya Panday on October 21 termed her chat with Aryan Khan about ganja a ''joke''. Furthermore, She said it was ''about cigarettes not weed''. Reportedly, NCB recovered chat messages in Aryan's phone, in which he asked Ananya if she could ''arrange the weed''. To the question, Ananya replied, ''I'll arrange''. However, she's been asked to again come on October 22.
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