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Mumbai Police arrests two people while interchanging drugs of worth Rs 40 lakhs

Neha Singh

The Mumbai Police has arrested two people while they were inter changing a bag containing drugs worth Rs 40 lakh.

The Mumbai Police has arrested two people while they were inter changing a bag containing drugs worth Rs 40 lakh.
On Monday evening, the police is working on a tip provided by the Police Inspector Dattatray Maswekar from the Azad Maidan Unit of ANC. To catch the suspects the police officials lead a trap on Kalyan Street in the Wadi Bandar locality of South Mumbai on Monday.
The police officials waited on the spot and suspected a men aged 40 yrs walking with a small bag in his hand. The suspect was identified the same person described by the informant. The officials watched the suspect actions and saw that he met other person and handed over the carry back to him.

As soon as the bag was handed over the officials caught the two suspects and checked their bags . The bag contains packets of drugs. Drugs are weighted around 1.2 kilograms and the market value of those drugs were calculated to be 40 lakhs.Then the Mumbai Police (ANC) arrested these two people.
An ANC official said that these two people are the part of drug cartel supplying drugs in Mumbai and they had been consider into custody for further investigation.
According to some sources, the two suspects are Dharmendra Mishra and Rahul Mishra who recieved drugs are residents of Kurla and Dharavi respectively.

 

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