New Delhi: The Special Cell of Delhi Police has arrested 4 people for drug smuggling. The police have recovered 350 kg heroin from them. The cost of this drugs (heroin) in the international market is Rs 2500 crore. One of the arrested people is an Afghan citizen, against whom a case is already going on in Delhi. Two people are from Punjab and one is from Kashmir.
The process was done in Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh.
It was an international drugs syndicate, which was going on for months. The heroin that has been recovered is from Afghanistan. From Afghanistan to Iran and from there the water used to come via ship to Shivpuri in Madhya Pradesh where it was processed.
Heroin recovered from Faridabad house
The drugs, which were to be sent to Punjab, were recovered from a house in Faridabad. This house was rented. Some chemicals have been found to be used to process it. The strings of this syndicate are connected to Afghanistan and Europe.
Found clues of money coming from Pakistan too
Links of narco terrorism have also been found in this. Some clues of money coming from Pakistan have also been found. The work of this gang was divided among themselves. The Kashmiri man used to provide chemicals for the gang, which were processed into heroin. The job of both the people living in Punjab was to transport drugs to different areas of Punjab. The task of processing heroin belonged to the arrested Afghan national.
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