Gujarat ATS arrests Afghan national with 4 kg heroin worth Rs 20 cr from Delhi
4 September, 2022 | Pravina Srivastava
Gujarat Police were notified on Sunday that the Gujarat Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) had captured an Afghan national carrying 4 kilogrammes of heroin valued at Rs 20 crore in the Vasant Kunj neighbourho...
Gujarat Police were notified on Sunday that the Gujarat Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) had captured an Afghan national carrying 4 kilogrammes of heroin valued at Rs 20 crore in the Vasant Kunj neighbourhood of the city.
Wadiullah Rahimulla has been named as the defendant. According to intelligence given to Gujarat ATS by the Surat Crime Branch section, an Afghan called Wadiullah Rahimulla was detained carrying 4 kg of heroin from the Vasant Kunj neighbourhood of Delhi, according to police.
The accused has been the subject of a case under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act.
Friday morning, 200 kg of marijuana worth Rs 4 crore was seized in Mumbai by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB).
According to NCB authorities, 210 kilogrammes of marijuana worth Rs 4 crore as well as a transport vehicle were recovered, and one individual was detained.
According to reports, the medication was being sent to Mumbai and the nearby regions.
Additionally, late on Thursday night in the Karimganj district, Assam Police detained two drug dealers and recovered a significant amount of illegal substances worth Rs 12 lakh.
Based on top-secret information, the Karimganj district police launched an operation, intercepted a four-wheeler in the Bhanga area of the district, and took 131 grammes of heroin and three packets of Yaba tablets, each weighing about 66 grammes, out of the car. The operation was led by Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Gitartha Dev Sarma.
Assam Police detained one individual and confiscated 92.550 kg of marijuana last month.
Koilash Das has been recognised as the arrested guy by the police.
Earlier on August 27, the NCB conducted searches in Mumbai’s Ghatkopar neighbourhood and detained a 24-year-old man.
Subham Bhagat, the individual who was detained, is a gym trainer who used to smuggle narcotics, according to NCB.
As a result of receiving confidential information, NCB conducted searches at Subham’s home and found a variety of narcotics there.
From his home, the NCB claimed to have found ganja, charas, LSG paper, and other substances.
The NCB filed a complaint against him and appeared him in court. He was detained by NCB for two days by the court.