Man Arrested With Drugs Worth Around Rs 1 Crore In Haryana: Police

The accused has been recognized as Vijay, a resident of Bhawar, Sonipat. (Representational)

Chandigarh:

Sleuths of the Haryana Particular Process Power on Monday arrested a person allegedly with 35 kg of charas and 5-kg opium being smuggled from Uttar Pradesh in a jeep, an official mentioned.

The restoration was made close to the Kundli-Ghaziabad-Palwal toll plaza in Sonipat district by a Hisar STF workforce, a Haryana Police spokesperson mentioned, including that the seized drug price round Rs 1 crore on the worldwide market.

On receiving data on this regard, the STF workforce laid a entice. It signalled the jeep to cease close to the toll plaza for checking. The inspection of the car led to the seizure of 35 kg of charas and 5 kg of opium, the spokesperson mentioned.

The accused has been recognized as Vijay, a resident of Bhawar, Sonipat.

Throughout preliminary interrogation, it was discovered that the accused had introduced the contraband from Uttar Pradesh, he mentioned.

A case underneath the NDPS Act has been registered in opposition to the accused on the Rai police station in Sonipat, he added.

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