2 from Himachal held in Pune with 34 kg of charas value Rs 1 crore


Pune, December 21

Two people from Himachal Pradesh were held at Pune railway station allegedly with charas worth Rs 1 crore in the illicit market, police said on Monday.

Police said they laid a trap on Saturday after they were tipped off. 

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Sadanand Wayse-Patil, Superintendent of Railway Police in Pune, said: “We have found that the duo planned to send 22 kilograms of charas to Mumbai, and 5 kilograms each to Goa and Bengaluru. The rest 2 kilograms was to be supplied in Pune”.

The two have been charged under NDPS Act and remanded in police custody till January 2,” he added. PTI



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