Chandigarh

DELHI WOMAN DRUG PEDDLER NABS WITH HEROIN WORTH RS. 20 LACS, REMANDED TO POLICE CUSTODY

May 25, 2020 08:26 PM

ANOTHER DRUG PEDDLER BEAUTICIAN YOUTH OF NAYA GAON ALSO NABBED WITH HEROIN

Chandigarh (Face2News)

In a major breakthrough and cracking the whip on the drug paddlers, on Sunday, teams of Crime Branch of Chandigarh Police under the guidance of Inspectors and close supervision by DSP Crime, Sh. Rajeev Kumar Ambasta, two cases have been registered under NDPS Act.

The team led by SI Satvinder Singh was on patrolling duty in the area of Police Station Mauli Jagran, Chandigarh with regards to prevent and control crime and was present near Shiv Mandir, Mauli Jagran, Chandigarh, in the meantime, police party saw one lady carrying light yellow colour carry bag in her hand, suddenly moved back by seeing the police party.

On suspicion basis, Sub Inspector Satvinder Singh apprehended her with the help of two lady police officials and asked the reason of suddenly moved back, at this she cannot give satisfy answer. On further checking by two lady police officials from carry bag kept by her in hand, there found one small polythene envelope in it, having contraband drugs Heroin and on weighting, it found 260 gms. On asking, she disclosed her name as Geeta w/o Vindo Kumar r/o H.No. 8376, Roshna Road Colony near old Sabji Mandi, Delhi, age-50 yrs and could not produce any type of permit/license for holding the drugs in her possession. 

On suspicion basis, Sub Inspector Satvinder Singh apprehended her with the help of two lady police officials and asked the reason of suddenly moved back, at this she cannot give satisfy answer. On further checking by two lady police officials from carry bag kept by her in hand, there found one small polythene envelope in it, having contraband drugs Heroin and on weighting, it found 260 gms. On asking, she disclosed her name as Geeta w/o Vindo Kumar r/o H.No. 8376, Roshna Road Colony near old Sabji Mandi, Delhi, age-50 yrs and could not produce any type of permit/license for holding the drugs in her possession. Consequent, case FIR No. 118 dated 24.05.2020 u/s 21 NDPS Act, PS-Mauli Jagran, Chandigarh, has been registered against the accused Geeta. 

During the course of investigation, she disclosed that she is residing in Delhi and having 01 son and 04 daughters. She came to Chandigarh for the purpose of supplying contraband drugs as she has no other source of income for livelihood as his husband is a drunkard person. She is illiterate.

The accused Geeta produced before Hon’ble District Court, Sector-43, U.T, Chandigarh and one day police remand got obtained from court. The investigation of this case is being carried out.

BEAURICIAN YOUTH ARRESTED WITH 30 GRAMME HEROIN

The 2nd team led by Sub Inspector Ashok Kumar was on patrolling duty in the area of Police Station 49, Chandigarh with regards to prevent and control crime and was present near Motor Market, Sector-48, Chandigarh, in the meantime, police party saw one person coming towards Motor Market side by using motorcycle, on seeing police party, he stopped and tried to turn back, on suspicion basis, he was stopped by police officials and during his search, there found contraband drugs Heroin having weight 30 gms from a black colour bag which was hanged on the motor cycle.

On asking, he disclosed his name as Neeraj Bhatt s/o Sunder Mani Bhatt r/o H.No.620, Dashmesh Nagar, Naya Gaon, Mohali, Punjab and could not produce any type of permit/license for holding the drugs in his possession. Consequent, case FIR No. 41 dated 24.05.2020 u/s 21 NDPS Act, PS-49, Chandigarh, has been registered against the accused Neeraj Bhatt.  

Accused a resident of H.No. 620, Dashmesh Nagar, Naya Gaon, Mohali, Punjab, studied upto 10+2, working as beautician. Accused Neeraj Bhatt produced before Hon’ble District Court, Sector-43, U.T, Chandigarh and has been sent to judicial custody. The investigation of this case is being carried out. 

 

 
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