New Delhi, September 7
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) at this time mentioned it had busted a world heroin smuggling cartel, because the company sleuths arrested seven individuals, together with foreigners, and seized medication value Rs 48 crore.
Officials within the company mentioned among the many arrested individuals had been a person from South Africa and a girl from Myanmar. Following the arrests, the arrested accused had been interrogated throughout which it was revealed that the mastermind was coordinating the operations from overseas by creating numerous layers of anonymity.
“In a bid to overcome the current situation where scheduled international flight operations are suspended owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, the mastermind and the syndicate involved were exploiting the international courier route,” a senior NCB official mentioned.
The operation started early this month with the seizure of a parcel, originating from South Africa, containing 970 gm of heroin from a courier service within the nationwide capital. The parcel led the company to arrest Indian nationals recognized as Wahid, Mohsin, Shahjahan, Hanif and Munnasir from a resort in Delhi. — TNS