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Mumbai NCB apprehends drug supplier Hemant from Panaji: Sameer Wankhede

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Mumbai NCB apprehends drug supplier Hemant from Panaji: Sameer Wankhede

Mumbai NCB apprehends drug supplier Hemant from Panaji: Sameer Wankhede

While speaking to media in Panaji on March 08, the Zonal Director of Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), Sameer Wankhede spoke on drug racket.

Wankhede said, "Narcotics Control Bureau, Mumbai apprehended major drug supplier Hemant Shah from Miramar, Panaji on March 07.

15 blots of LSD and 30 grams of charas have been recovered."


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