Special Cell makes this year’s biggest drug bust

A total of 438 kg of Pseudoephedrine, worth Rs 50 crore in the international market has been recovered, police added.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: November 4, 2017 1:21 am
drug, drug racket, drug racket bust, Pseudoephedrine, delhi police, drug trafficking, delhi news, indian express news According to police, the accused persons have been identified as Sum Mang, a Mynamar national, and his associates Sumit Kumar and Sunil Goyal. (Representational photo)

In the largest drug haul by the Special Cell this year, a man from Myanmar and two Delhi locals have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a crystal meth drug trafficking ring originating from Delhi and stretching to several Northeastern states, police said. A total of 438 kg of Pseudoephedrine, worth Rs 50 crore in the international market has been recovered, police added.

According to police, the accused persons have been identified as Sum Mang, a Mynamar national, and his associates Sumit Kumar and Sunil Goyal.

DCP Pramod Singh Kushwah said the Special Cell received inputs that Sumit was involved in the drug ring. Police arrested Sumit on October 31 while he was allegedly transporting Pseudo-ephedrine via parcels from New Delhi station. Police then nabbed the other two accused.

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