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Delhi Police busts interstate racket of drug peddlers

Video Credit: ANI - Duration: 01:31s - Published
Delhi Police busts interstate racket of drug peddlers

Delhi Police busts interstate racket of drug peddlers

With the arrest of accused persons, north district of Delhi Police busted an interstate racket of drug peddlers.

The gang members used to hire ambulances to smuggle the drugs.

One of the members pretended as a patient to evade their arrest.

The district police are constantly working to curb drug trafficking in the area.

As a result of continuous intelligence gathering, the police team received secret information that drug peddlers are coming to Mori Gate to supply drugs to local distributors.

On this information, the police teams laid a trap near the place of information and accused were found at the spot with some plastic bags.

After that, the police team intercepted them and arrested all the accused.

During the interrogation, a total of 181kg cannabis were recovered from their possession.


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