Drugs worth ₹2 crore seized in south Delhi, four arrested
Our team had information Pal would deliver a consignment of heroin to his contact Farookh in Taimoor Nagar. A trap was laid and the man was nabbed ALOK KUMAR, Addl CP
NEWDELHI: The narcotics wing of Delhi Police on Wednesday four men in twin operations and claimed to have busted two rackets involved in trafficking and supply of drugs in Delhi.
The police seized 1.5 kilograms of heroin and 3 kilograms of marijuana, worth around Rs 2 crore, from the accused.
In the first operation carried out on Friday, the narcotics team of the crime branch arrested one Alok Kumar Pal from Taimoor Nagar in south Delhi and seized 1.5 kilograms of heroin from his possession, said Alok Kumar, additional CP (crime branch).
“Our team had information that Pal, who was involved in trafficking of drugs into Delhi from Bengal, would deliver a consignment of heroin to his contact Farookh in Taimoor Nagar. Accordingly, a trap was laid and the man was nabbed,” said Kumar.
During interrogation, Pal apparently told police that he procured heroin from one Asadul-Haq in Nadia district of Bengal and supplied it to dealers in Delhi.
In the second operation conducted on the same day, two drug suppliers from Uttarakhand’s Nainital — Kishan Singh Lamgariya and Kamal Kishore Bora — were nabbed along with one Rajender alias Raju of Delhi’s Rohini, who was supposed to receive the three kilograms of marijuana.