Delhi Police’s Special Cell has arrested the brother-in-law for exposing an international drug trafficking gang. Both the accused hail from West Bengal and came to Delhi with a consignment of heroin.
Ten kg of heroin of good quality has been recovered from their possession. The consignment of heroin recovered in the international market is said to be Rs 40 crore. Police have recovered four mobile phones and a West Bengal number Mahindra pick up from them.
According to Special Cell DCP Sanjeev Kumar Yadav, the investigation revealed that the drugs are now coming to India from Nepal, Bangladesh, and Myanmar. From here, the intoxicants come in the northeastern states of Manipur, West Bengal, Mizoram, and Nagaland.
After this, Malda and Silgudi reach western UP, Delhi-NCR, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Punjab. After several months of investigation, on 22 June, the team of ACP Jasbir Singh and Inspector Puranpant received information that two members of the gang, Mo. Samuel and Mo Muktar will come to Delhi with a consignment of heroin.
The team of SI Raj Singh, SI Bijendra, and ASI Pawan, under the supervision of ACP Jasbir Singh, laid siege on Nigam Bodh Ghat, Outer Ring Road, capturing West Bengal residents Mo Samiul (27) and Mo Muktar (45). Ten-kilo heroin was recovered from both.
Samuel used to bring and take Malda, West Bengal fruits from Darjeeling before his Mahindra pick-up.
Later he came into contact with drug traffickers and started taking drug consignments. It used to get 20 to 50 thousand rupees for carrying a consignment. After this, he started supplying drugs himself.
It used to change the driver and conductor on every trip. Later, he included his brother-in-law in this business. Used to give 50 thousand rupees to deliver a consignment to the brother-in-law.