Two drug merchants in Jagan

Two drug merchants in Jagan

DIGBOI: Jagan police detained two drug traders on Tuesday night during an enhanced Nakacheck near the border gate along the Assam-Arunachal border in Jagan.

Earlier on Monday, a potential merchant was detained and charged by Bordumsa police near the Tinsukia district. According to police sources, Nuttun Joy Chakma, one of the villages of Miao Bhudhistta, and Athisa Yobin of Gandhigram village of Vijanagar in Changlang district of Arunachal were arrested by a team of Assam police at Nampai Gaon Tinali under the Jagun police outpost base in Tinsukia district. rice field.

“We recovered 3.6 grams of suspicious heroin and some plastic containers from the duo’s possession,” said one of the staff on duty. According to the arrested merchants, they were returning to Myao from the Red area when they were arrested.

Jagan is Assam’s direct market for neighbors in the Jairampur, Nampong, Myao and Karsan regions of Arunachal Pradesh, with cross-border movements of antisocial elements and marketing of smuggled goods. Increased has. Due to its proximity to Myanmar, about 70 kilometers from Jagan, the convergence point is extremely vulnerable to the international trade in narcotics, which has a huge network of merchants and wholesalers.

“We have been extensively active against drug trafficking as part of the Assam police war on drugs and have achieved significant milestones over a period of time during the campaign. Several kingpins have been nailed and latent. Traders and traders were placed behind the bar. ” One of the district police officials closely monitors anti-drug forces throughout the Tinsukia area. Jagan police have worked effectively to mitigate the threat of drug trading and consumption.

In particular, one of Namrup’s Chandra Gurung was also detained by Jagun police a few days ago and charged 26/2022 21 (a), 27 (A), and 29 of the NDPS Act.