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Crime News: DRI caught the most consignment of cannabis, carrying smugglers among the mangoes
Indore NewDuniya Representative. The Indore and Bhopal zonal units of the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) have caught the largest ever cases of smuggling of marijuana. The Indore zonal unit carried out the entire operation in collaboration with the officers of the Bhopal unit after confidential information. On the highway across the ocean caught a truck full of cannabis.
The DRI had received information that three persons were transporting hemp in trucks in between mango sacks. After this, a suspicious vehicle came in the eyes of DRI teams under surveillance. Officers from the DRI team from Bhopal and Indore stopped a truck investigation near Sagar.
The mangoes were seen in the truck with the number of Rajasthan when viewed from above. Packs of hemp were hidden under sacks of mangoes frozen above. The weight of all packets of cannabis (cannabis) was found to be 3 thousand 92 kg. Its value has been estimated at around Rs 6.19 crore.
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The DRI has seized a consignment of cannabis and seized it. The three occupants of the truck have accepted their respective roles in possessing and transporting cannabis (cannabis). All three persons were arrested under the NDPS Act. Presented before NDPS Court, Bhopal.
Further investigation in the case is going on. Interstate gang is suspected to be involved. Last year also, DRI caught a consignment of Ganja on the same route. According to sources, the ganja was being brought from South India. The three accused are being interrogated to find out the gang leader in the case.
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Earlier this month, officials of the DRI Indore zonal unit seized around 27 kg of foreign origin gold, 4545 kg silver and cash of about Rs 1 crore in various operations. A total of 10 people have been arrested in anti-trafficking operations in MP-CG this month.