Opium worth 1.3 crores recovered, two arrested Ghaziabad News


Ghaziabad: Two Drug traffickersBrought 5 kg opium worth Rs 1.3 crore NCRwas arrested on his way from Jharkhand on Saturday. Bareilly. The pair are part of a large interstate drug supply chain.
Ravi, a resident of Moradabad, said he was traveling in a Scorpio along with his leader Than Singh’s brother, while the opium was being transported to the Ghaziabad-Delhi border. Kashyap. The second accused has been smuggling drugs in Delhi-NCR and Punjab for six months.
Kashyap was jailed two years ago for selling drugs. He has since been part of a supply chain that transports drugs from Jharkhand to Delhi-NCR and Punjab. Earlier he had sold opium under Than Singh,” said Additional DCP (Crime) Sachidananda.
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