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NCB arrests former DMK leader and Tamil Film producer Jaffer Sadiq, the mastermind of Rs 2,000 crore international drug racket

“NCB arrests Former DMK leader and Tamil Film producer Jaffer Sadiq, the mastermind of Rs 2,000 Crore international drug racket”, Opindia, March 9, 2024:

“On Saturday (9th March), the Narcotics Control Board (NCB) along with the Delhi Police Special Cell arrested absconding Tamil film producer Jaffer Sadiq. Former Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) functionary and film producer Sadiq is the accused mastermind of a Rs 2000 Crore international drug racket which the agency busted last month. Since then, the agencies have been on the lookout to arrest the absconding former DMK politician.  

According to reports, Jaffer Sadiq, wanted in the smuggling of pseudo-Ephedrine drugs to foreign countries, was arrested from a hideout in Jaipur, Rajasthan. 

NCB Deputy Director General (operations) Gyaneshwar Singh confirmed Sadiq’s arrest. Singh said, “He (Sadiq) is the kingpin of the India-Australia-New Zealand drug trafficking network, which we were probing…..”

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