Major consignment of Heroine seized in Rajouri, one arrested Police probing all links of peddler, source of consignment : SSP Rajouri
Rajouri/Sept 14 :-In a major success, Jammu and Kashmir police in Rajouri foiled a smuggling big and recovered a huge consignment of high cost Heroine like substance running in crores with one peddler has been arrested so far.
Accompanied by other officers, Senior Superintendent of Police Rajouri Chandan Kohli addressed a press conference and informed that a team of police headed by SHO Rajouri Sameer Jillani and Incharge PP Chatyar Chingus, SI Ashish Chowdhary were on a nakka duty when a Tata Mobile JK11B 8033 was intercepted to stop for routine frisking.
During frisking of vehicle, SSP Rajouri Chandan Kohli said, police personnel on duty succeeded in recovering a huge consignment of drugs that was kept hidden in the vehicle in a professional manner.
" The driver of the vehicle identified as Tariq Ahmed Ghanie son of Ghulam Ahmed Ghanie resident of Bachro Kulgam was arrested on the spot and vehicle was seized." SSP said
He informed that the consignment recovered from the vehicle is of Heroine like substance weighing around seven kilograms and is expected to coat in several crores of rupees.
" Sustained questioning from the accused is going on and we are working to unearth all the links of this peddler and the source of this consignment." SSP Rajouri Chandan Kohli said adding that all possible aspects including cross border smuggling are bring probed in this case and more arrests are likely.
A case in FIR 484/20 under sections 8(a), 21/60 NDPS Act has been registered in police station Rajouri.
He further informed that this is the second big catch for Rajouri police in five days as earlier a boy from Ninganar Thandikassi area of Rajouri was nabbed alongwith 670 grams of Heroine like substance from Panjal Gala Namblan village area of Rajouri.
He further appealed all the parents and guardians to play their role in society and ensure to keep a check on the activities of their wards to prevent them from falling in such activities.