New Delhi. Taking a major action, the Central Directorate of Intelligence (Directorate of Revenue Intelligence) has arrested three other accused on Monday. A total of five accused have been arrested so far in the heroin smuggling case of more than 9000 crores. According to senior DRI sources, out of the three arrested accused, two accused are of Afghan origin, due to which the DRI team is questioning in detail all the connections related to this case. During the investigation from a warehouse on Monday evening, about 25 kg more heroin has been seized.
Nearly 3000 kg of heroin smuggled into Afghanistan after Taliban capture
According to sources in the central probe agency DRI, about 3000 kg of heroin has been seized from the consignment of heroin which was sent to the Mundra port in Gujarat after the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan. The Indian investigative agency is also engaged in investigating the role of people associated with the Taliban in this matter.
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After Afghanistan was captured by the Taliban on August 15, the way this drug trade is going on through Afghanistan and Iran, it has become very important for the investigating agencies of India and India because the sources of the investigating agencies That is to say that the Taliban is ready to do anything to earn as much money as possible in a short period of time.
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According to senior sources of DRI, this heroine was imported from Kandahar from a company named Hasan Hussain Limited, at the time of import it was told that this consignment contains talcum powder, this consignment It was claimed to be imported from Afghanistan in the name of talc stones, which were sent from Bandar Abbas Port in Iran to Mundra Port in Gujarat.
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According to the DRI official, this consignment of drugs was brought hidden inside the goods imported by Ashi Trading Company located in Vijayawada, Hyderabad, but the special intelligence wing of DRI came to know about the matter and then this operation was carried out. .
During preliminary investigation, DRI officials recovered 2,988 kg of heroin and two people were arrested. Those who are a couple and both of them are originally from Chennai. The couple had an import-export license, which is accused of being used for illegal smuggling of heroin. Therefore, further investigation of this matter is also being done.
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