Charas from Nepal sold in Pune

Investigations have revealed the Pune is also on the radar of drug racketeers from Nepal.

Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published:July 21, 2012 1:44 am

Investigations have revealed the Pune is also on the radar of drug racketeers from Nepal. Interrogation of alleged drug peddlers Shivnath Sukha Saha (34) and Devanti Shivaji Saha (32),both natives of Bihar,revealed that they brought charas from Nepal and sold it to the drug racketeers in Pune. They were arrested by an anti-narcotics team of Pune police crime branch led by inspector Sunil Tambe on June 22,2012,from Pune station area with possession of four kg charas worth Rs 8 lakh. Police said that the duo were natives of Angaliya in Pakdi Dayal taluka,Motihari district of Bihar,which is located about 30 km from India-Nepal border. They went to Nepal for taking the consignment of charas and then brought it to Pune for selling it to the local drug peddlers. Police team was however unable to arrest the persons from Pune who were going to buy charas. Meanwhile,Pune police have shared the details of Saha with police authorities in Mumbai for further investigations. During investigation,police have got cell phone numbers of persons from Nepal who were in contact with Saha.

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