Tribune News Service
Barnala, September 6
Barnala police have seized 2.88 crore behavior forming medicine from the New Delhi Godown of Krishan Kumar Arora and his son Gaurav Arora, who had been arrested final month.
Police claimed that each had been one of many largest producers and suppliers of pharmaceutical opioids within the nation and had been illegally supplying 18-20 crore tablets, capsules and syrups, price Rs 70-80 crore, throughout 17 states each month by drug provide gangs, together with Mathura and Agra gangs, that had been busted lately.
“Krishan and his son Gaurav are in police remand till September 7. On information shared by both, we have confiscated 2.88 crore habit-forming drugs from their Godowns in Narela of Delhi. The market value of seized drugs is around Rs 15 crore and its biggest seizure,” stated ASP Mehal Kalan Dr Pragya Jain, who has been heading all investigations of case and main varied groups of Barnala police.
Both had been arrested from Rajouri Garden in Delhi on August 27 by a crew of the Barnala police, comprising Jain and Crime Investigations incharge cops below the supervision of SSP Sandeep Goel.
“Apart from the duo, we have also arrested 35 other accused, who were helping both in running their illegal trade. They had created a network of couriers to supply drugs. Investigations are going on,” stated ASP Jain.
Barnala police obtained a clue about their community in February after busting the Mathura and Agra gangs, which led to main seizures and arrests in May and July.