Earlier these gangs used big vehicles to supply drugs, but now they are using small vehicles.
Mumbai Police caught from gang supplying drugs from Odisha
The action of Mumbai Police on drug peddlers and suppliers is continuing. Now the Anti Narcotic Cell of Mumbai Police has caught a gang who use small cars to supply drugs.
ganja worth about 28 lakh 75 thousand
ANC’s DCP Datta Nalawade while talking to ABP News said that his Kandivali unit had received information that a Honda Accord vehicle was going to be supplied with drugs, after which a team of ANC stopped the Honda vehicle by putting a trap and when When that vehicle was examined closely, many cavities were found in that vehicle, out of which 115 kg of ganja was found. Whose price in the international market is about 28 lakh 75 thousand rupees.
Drugs come from Odisha
During the investigation, it was also found that these people’s drugs come from the Bharampur area of Odisha. If we look at the history of this area, earlier it used to come in the Naxal affected area, but now it has been removed from the list of Naxal affected areas. Sources said that even though this area is no longer Naxal-affected, it seems that it has not been completely freed from Naxalites.
Two accused living in Mumbai arrested
One of the accused arrested in this case is Imran Abrar Hussain Ansari, a resident of Thane district and the other accused Ismail Salim Sheikh, a resident of the Powai area of Mumbai. DCP Nalawade said that these drugs are supplied in large quantities from Odisha and Andhra Pradesh to Maharashtra and especially to Mumbai. The main accused in this case is on our radar. Earlier he had left India and fled to Nepal, but now it is learned that he has come back to India. We are after him.