Opium and heroin were confiscated and four were arrested by Assam police

Opium and heroin were confiscated and four were arrested by Assam police

DIGBOI: At least four traders were captured during two separate operations along the Assam-Arunachal border, and mass smuggling, including opium and heroin, was carried out by Assam police team in Bordumsa, Tinsukia. It was confiscated.

According to sources, Deben Dohutia (45) in Kothalguri village and Ranju Hazarika (43) in Miholi Ritu village under the Bordumsa police station were arrested during a joint operation by CI Pengaree Manoranjan Saikia and Assam police in connection with Nitu. I did. Changmai, OC Bordomsa and his team. “We arrested merchants from their homes during the assault and then recovered 260 grams of opium, 6 grams of heroin, four insulins, and other unwanted items with 6200 rupees of cash,” Bordomsa OC was contacted. rice field.

Assam police, especially in vulnerable border locations such as Bordumsa, have relentlessly launched a crusade against drug threats and their trafficking as part of the ongoing “war on drugs” program. “We immediately forwarded the accused based on BordumsaPS case number 27 / 2022u / s 17 (C) / 21 (b) / 29NDPSACT,” officials added.

At the beginning of Wednesday, two merchants included 24 grams of heroin and 40,000 rupees of cash from the possession of two merchants identified as Tumbha Sing Moran (33) and Jibon Mohanta (36) in the village of Liton. In the village of Digholipother under the Bordumsa police station in the Tinsukia district, which was put on the net with a contra band. The arrest took place during a drug control operation conducted by the Bordumsa police team. The arrested accused was immediately booked under BordumsaPS case number 26/2022u / s 21 (B) / 29NDPSACT.

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