Kingpins of inter-state narcotics racket arrested
NEW DELHI: A team of Special Cell of Delhi Police has busted a module of inter-state narcotic drug racket by apprehending two men Enamuddin alias Sagar, aged 33 years, a resident of Old Faridabad in Haryana, and Ashok Kumar, aged 35 years, a resident of Faridabad.
A total of 602 kg of cannabis, three trucks with specially designed cavities, a car, a revolver with a fake license of Nagaland and one pistol with license of Haryana have been seized from the accused, police said on Wednesday.
Emamuddin has licenses of over 23 liquor shops in Faridabad, while accused Kumar is involved in over a dozen cases of murder, attempt-to-murder, Excise Act and assault in Haryana.
Emamuddin, meanwhile, has over five cases of murder, attempt-to-murder, NDPS, assault, etc in the state.
Earlier, on February 1, the Special Cell had busted an inter-state marijuana cartel by apprehending two carriers Akbar Khan, a resident of Ballabhgarh, Haryana, and Mantu Singh, a resident of Bhagela, of Bihar's Rohtas district.
From their posession, 540.75 kg of marijuana and two trucks with especially designed cavities, one having a body like a postal truck and another 10-wheeler closed-body truck, both fitted with GPS devices, were seized.
"During investigation, it was revealed that Khan and Singh worked as carriers for main drug traffickers Emamuddin and Kumar. This gang was found supplying illegal liquor from Delhi-NCR to Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhatisgarh, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh and procuring cannabis from bordering areas of Odisha, Chhatisgarh and Andhra Pradesh for sale in Delhi-NCR and other states," said Pramod Singh Kushwah, DCP (Special Cell). It was on the basis of the revelations of Khan and Singh that the Special Cell eventually nabbed Enamuddin and Kumar