In Assam’s Karimganj, the state police seized 676 grams of heroin on Monday. The troops seized a vehicle from a neighboring state and seized drugs hidden in soap. After the rollover, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma raised the alarm in a tweet. “Great job,” he said.
On his Twitter account, the Assam chief minister said that the cases of soap “containing heroin were carefully packed in baby wipes and placed inside the sound box of the vehicle.” “The Karimganj police intercepted a vehicle from a neighboring state and seized 676-gram heroin filled with 52 sachets of soap, which were carefully packed inside children’s wet wipes and placed in the voice box of the vehicle,” Sarma said. wrote on Twitter.
A video shared by the chief minister showed the police removing baby wipes from the sound box and ripping open the packages to reveal drug-filled soap cases.
The latest drug bust in Assam comes days after high-priced heroin and cannabis ₹15 crore, nine people were arrested from three districts.
Police officials told news agency PTI on October 26 that they seized a vehicle at Badarpurghat in Karimganj district and recovered an estimated 621 grams of heroin. ₹4 crores. Three people were arrested in this arrest. In the second operation, the Guwahati police intercepted a truck passing through Jorabat area near the Meghalaya border and seized 2,500 Kg of cannabis. ₹1 crore. The police arrested two people. In Karbi Anglong district, police arrested Dilai Tiniali in two vehicles and recovered 1.26 kg of heroin. ₹10 crores. Four people were arrested in the operation, according to a PTI report.
(With PTI material)
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