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Being criticised for small catches but can't allow drug lords free run in narcotics sale: NCB chief

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 30 December 2020 ()
"Ninety-five per cent of the world's heroin is manufactured in these two regions. Heroin is being pushed into the country from the Myanmar and Pakistan-Afghanistan side... the whole of northeast and northwest is badly affected. The amount of money which is generated (by drug trade) is mind boggling," Asthana said on Tuesday.
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