Supply of drugs from Pakistan in Himachal! 1.100 Kg chitta and 13.20 lakh cash recovered in Nurpur, 2 youths arrested
Narcotics team of Himachal Pradesh Police had set up a naka in Jasur.
A young man from Punjab and Kangra was arrested, both were traveling in a car.
Noorpur (Kangra). Now Chitta in the winds of Himachal Pradesh Chitta The poison has started dissolving. Chitta is being supplied continuously in Himachal. Himachal police in the latest case Himachal Police The narcotics team has got a big success. The police have arrested two youths and a lot of cash and drugs have been recovered from their possession.
According to information, Kangra Kangra Police have seized a car in Jasur of Noorpur. Police have arrested two car riders and recovered more than Rs 13 lakh cash and more than 1 kg of chitta from the car.
Confirming the matter, SP Nurpur Ashok Ratna said that the Narcotics team had set up a naka in Jasur. When an attempt was made to stop the Punjab number vehicle during the naka, the driver hit the police vehicle. Both the accused tried to run away, but the police caught them. Police has recovered 1 kg 100 grams of chitta from the accused. Along with this, 100 intoxicant pills and 13 lakh 20 thousand 330 rupees cash have also been recovered. Both these accused were coming from Amritsar.
what the police suspect
According to information, the arrested accused have been identified as 25-year-old Rohit Kumar, resident of Nanak Road Gurdaspur, Punjab and 29-year-old Vishal Kumar, resident of Dumtal, Bhadroya, Kangra. The vehicle has been seized. The police have registered a case under the Narcotics Act. The police suspect that this drug has been sent from Pakistan to India through drones. At present, the police is investigating the matter and the accused are being interrogated.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : February 01, 2023, 07:01 IST