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Consignment of ‘ISIS drugs’ caught in Delhi, 6 arrested

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Special Correspondent, Kashmere Gate
Kashmere Gate Police has arrested six people with 42 thousand Tramadol Hydrochloride tablets. This drug is also known as ‘ISIS drug’, because it is also used by the terrorists of the notorious international terrorist organization ISIS.

These tablets, which were illegally being taken through cabs, were seized during picket checking in the Kashmere Gate area. The accused were identified as Bohad Singh, Sewak Singh, Vinod, resident of Bathinda Punjab, Naved, resident of Floorkhana Delhi, Gaurav Kalra resident of Geeta Colony and Narendra alias Pintu, resident of Loni Ghaziabad. Tramadol tablet comes under the NDPS Act, which is used for the relief of severe pain.

According to DCP North District Anto Alphonse, on June 2, checking was being done at GPO Kashmere Gate picket, during which the police stopped a white car. Four people including the driver were sitting in the car. He was questioned by the police. On suspicion, the taxi was searched, where 74 boxes were found. Among them 42 thousand Tramadol tablets were found. Those caught at that time were identified as Bohad Singh, Sevak Singh and Vinod. Inquired about the tablets found in such a large quantity with these people. These people could not even show any document regarding these tablets. In this regard, after registering a case under the NDPS Act at the Kashmere Gate police station, the accused were arrested.

After interrogation and technical surveillance, Naved and Gaurav Kalra were also arrested. Naved had supplied illegal tablets to all the three people arrested earlier. Naved had taken these pills from Gaurav Kalra. In the end, the police also nabbed six accused Narendra Kumar Mishra. He is a distributor. The police also raided its office at DLF Ankur Vihar, Ghaziabad. The police team also went to Bathinda Punjab to nab the buyers of these tablets, but they could not be caught. Police investigation revealed that the confiscated drug was made in Himachal Pradesh. The factory owner had not even taken any license to make these tablets.

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