With the recovery of drugs worth over Rs 60 crore, a squad of Special Cell of the Delhi Police has triumphed in cracking an international narcotic drug syndicate, which is being operated from Myanmar via Manipur.
Police have detained two key members of the gang – Abhishek Raja and Nizamuddin, during a planned raid in Bihar. About 20 kg narcotics comprising 10 kg heroin and 10 kg opium have been recouped from the accused drug suppliers. A Scorpio car with secret cavities used for hiding and transportation of drugs has also been confiscated.
A squad under overall supervision of Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Special Cell, Jasmeet Singh and under the leadership of Inspector Shiv Kumar and Inspector Karamvir Singh successfully performed the raid and cracked the cartel.
According to the DCP, a team of Special Cell was working on the sources that an international narcotic drug gang is active in the states of Manipur, Assam, UP, Bihar and Delhi. Members of this syndicate were receiving supply of heroin in Manipur, smuggled from Myanmar, and further supplying the drugs in different parts of the country.
During the spell of investigation, a police team was sent to Bihar to catch the members of this drug gang based on secret information. The police team invaded Darbhanga, Bihar, and drug suppliers Abhishek Raja and Nizamuddin were arrested, while they were on their way to supply huge drugs consignment.
Both the accused revealed that they have been indulged in supplying drugs in Delhi-NCR, UP, Bihar, Jharkhand etc from Manipur for the last three years. They disclosed that demand for heroin smuggled from Myanmar and Manipur is very high due to its superior quality.
Stay tuned with Artifex.News for further updates. Stay Connected, Stay Informed!
Image Credit: Wikimedia Commons