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Monday, April 22, 2024

War against drug trafficking in Assam, one person is arrested with 576 grams of heroin in Nagaon

The Police and the STF are conducting regular operations to stop the menace of drug trafficking in the state.

On the 3rd of April, the Police caught a drug peddler from the Nagaon district along with 576 grams of heroin, a police official said on Wednesday. 

Based on the specific inputs, a team of Nagaon district police on Tuesday night intercepted a bus under the Kathiatoli police outpost. 

On the official Facebook page of the Nagaon Police, details of the operation are shared. As per the information, the police team caught a person and recovered 46 soap boxes containing 576 grams of heroin. Altht, the Police didn’t disclose the identity of the arrested. 

On the other hand, the Special Task Force(STF) of Assam Police conducted a raid at Railway Gate No. 3 in Fancy Bazaar under the jurisdiction of the Panbazaar Police Station. The STF arrested two women drug traffickers. 

Pranab Jyoti Goswami, CPRO of Assam Police, said, “During the raid, the STF team recovered 70 vials containing heroin weighing 94 grams, two mobile phones and five empty vials from the possession.”

The arrested are Alimon Begum(26) and Sukurjan Begum(23). 

The Police further added that the investigation is ongoing. 

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