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Afghan national held for possessing Heroin

Afghan national held for possessing Heroin
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New Delhi: A 40-year-old Afghan national who used to bring the ingested Heroin pellets from his handlers of Afghanistan to sell Heroin to dealers of Delhi-NCR and other states was arrested by Special Cell of Delhi Police.
According to police the accused was identified as Qari Mohammad Hanif, a native of Kabul, Afghanistan and seized fine quality 1.1 Kgs of narcotic drug 'Heroin'. The accused was carrying two Afghanistan passports to carry 'Heroin' frequently in India and has visited five times on both passports since May 2017 with ingested Heroin pellets having quantity about three kilograms of value over Rs six crores in the International market.
Deputy Commissioner of police (Special Cell) Pramod Singh Kushwah, the accused was arrested on the basis of an information that the accused will deliver consignment in Mehrauli area "He is 40 years old and Post Grade in Law from Khwaja Musafir College in Kabul(Afghanistan). He has two wives and 6 children. His father was in Afghanistan Army, who killed about 10 years ago in fighting with Taliban militants.In the year 2012-13, he visited Delhi for Heart treatment of his wife and stayed for over two months," said the DCP.
Police further claimed that in March 2017, he visits at Jalalabad (Afghanistan) on official tour and stayed there for 2/3 days. During this stay, one person Jabatur met him and during discussion Jabatur offered him to pay $800 per visit for the trip to India to carry 'Heroin Pellets' and he agreed. The drug dealer Jabatur arranged his meeting with main drug dealer Mahpir who asked him to give contacts of drug receivers in India.
During further meetings, he came to know that the drug dealer Jabatur and Mahpir have a vast network of smuggling 'Heroin' in various countries of Asia, Europe and American Continent via India. He successfully completed heroin pellets ingestion training in a big godown/factory having Heroin pellets packing machines in it.
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