Drugs Racket busted, Mumbai Police raided and seized drugs worth Rs 2,435 crore, 7 accused arrested
The action of the Mumbai Police against drugs is going on continuously. Anti Narcotics Cell has seized drugs worth about Rs 2,435 crore after conducting raids. Police have arrested seven accused.
Mumbai Police's action against drugs is going on. Anti Narcotics Cell has raided and seized drugs worth Rs 2,435 crore. 7 accused have also been arrested in this case. Out of which five are in judicial custody and two accused are currently in police custody.
It is to be known that this whole case is on March 29 of this year when the police raided the Govandi area of Mumbai on the basis of intelligence and arrested a drug peddler named Samiullah Khan from there. From whom two hundred and fifty grams of drugs were confiscated by the police. Its price was 36 lakh 50 thousand rupees. Based on the information of this accused, the police arrested the second accused Ayub Sheikh.
Police had recovered 2.5 kg of drugs from this accused. The cost of these drugs was four crores in the international market. After the arrest of these two accused, the police also caught two middlemen. Which consisted of one woman and one man. The female name is Reshma Chandan and the male name is Riyaz Memon.
At the same time, after arresting the four accused in this case, the police increased the investigation and arrested the mastermind of this entire racket. This is accused number five. His name is Prem Shankar Singh. Singh used to get all the drugs made. The police seized 701 kg of drugs by raiding his godown. Its price in the international market was said to be Rs 1403 crore.
The next arrest, in this case, was that of Kiran Pawar who is accused number six. He is the manager of a factory in Ambernath. From whom 450 grams of drugs have been recovered. Its price was 90 lakh rupees. The police have so far recovered 1218 kg of drugs. The cost of these drugs is Rs 2,435 crore. Police are interrogating the arrested accused to find out from where such a huge consignment of drugs used to come.