117 kg of hashish being sent from Nepal to Chennai, 7 accused arrested

Police has been an enormous success within the course of curbing drug trafficking. Brought by way of Nepal and sent to UP and MP through Chennai, Hashish was caught at Mahamadpur toll plaza in Narsinghpur district.

By: ajay khare

Published: 08 Oct 2020, 08:54 PM IST

Narsinghpur. Police has been an enormous success within the course of curbing drug trafficking. Brought by way of Nepal and sent to UP and MP through Chennai, Hashish was caught at Mahamadpur toll plaza in Narsinghpur district. The staff of Narsinghpur Police, Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI), Indore and Bhopal collectively took motion and laid siege on National Highway No. 44 and recovered 117 kg of Hashish from two autos close to Mahmadpur toll plaza. The worth of which is round 6 to 7 crores. Police arrested 7 accused concerned in smuggling and seized 2 autos. Superintendent of Police Ajay Singh stated that the captured Hashish was being smuggled from Nepal border and sent to Chennai through Uttar Pradesh. On receiving data, NH 44 was cordoned off. During this time a Renault Duster automobile with the quantity TN05AW095 and a Tata Zest car with the quantity UP4FD5658 was stopped. After stopping, each autos have been intensively examined and Hashish, who was specifically hidden within the car, was discovered. Special compartments have been made at totally different locations contained in the autos to cover unlawful medication in smuggled autos. On seeing the car from exterior, there was no seen distinction of their design. But when a microscopic investigation was executed, the hidden hash was discovered in lots of locations. The recovered substance weighs 117 kg. The value of which is about 7 to 6 crores. 7 accused in Hashish’s smuggling have been detained and each the autos utilized in smuggling have been seized underneath the NDPS Act. It is believed to be a global drug gang. At current, the names of the accused haven’t been disclosed by the police to attain out to others concerned within the smuggling.







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