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Narcotic Jihad in North-East: Assam Police arrests 2 Muslim youths with 40K Yaba tablets

Narcotic Jihad in North-Eastern states of Bharat is going on in full swing. Drugs, Yaba tablets, Cannabis are smuggled in from Myanmar. This time Cachar Police of Assam foiled the Yaba tablets smuggling attempt and arrested two Muslim youths. Police recovered Yaba tablets worth over INR 4 Crores.

As per information, on the night of May 13, based on secret inputs, Cachar Police conducted a special operation in Baghador area. Two Muslim youths named Sarul Islam Majumdar and Samir Hussain Laskar were arrested and 40,000 Yaba tablets were recovered. The arrested duo are residents of Berenga area.

Superintendent of Police, Cachar district Numal Mahatta said in a press conference that the market value of the seized Yaba tablets is over INR 4 Crores. As per sources, during interrogation they said that they brought the tablets from Myanmar to Assam. Later, they planned to distribute those tablets to other states.

In recent years, huge amount of Yaba tablets have been seized in North-Eastern states of Bharat. Made in Myanmar, Yaba tablets are smuggled into Assam and other North-Eastern states from Bangladesh and Myanmar. As Assam shares a long border with Bangladesh, smugglers mainly use Bharat-Bangladesh international border of Assam. Top officials think that as Yaba tablets are easy to carry, some cow smugglers may have started the smuggling of Yaba tablets instead of cows.

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