Man held for peddling drugs at rave parties in Delhi-NCR
NEW DELHI: Crime Branch of Delhi Police has busted a drug supply racket and arrested a 32-year-old man identified as Karan Khanna, a resident of Mehrauli.
He indulged in supplying of imported Marijuana, Marijuana oil and Malana cream Charas in Delhi and NCR. Drugs worth nearly Rs 29 lakh has been recovered from his possession.
The team laid a trap near Tivoli Garden Mehrauli and apprehended one person namely Karan Khanna.
During the search, 1.2 kilograms charas, along with one THC Shatter (500 MG Cannabis oil) and imported California weed (1gm) was recovered.
The accused told police that he fell in bad company and started taking drugs. He started procuring charas (Malana cream) from Himachal Pradesh and then supplying the same to his friends as his friends were organising private parties in farm houses of South Delhi.
Later on, his brother also joined his nefarious activities and both of them started supplying of narcotics substance in rave parties which were organised in farmhouses.
Both of them were regular party mongers and used to organise their own parties also. For this purpose, they have taken two farmhouses on rent in the isolated area of Mehrauli and Fatehpur Beri. His brother came in contact of the suppliers of imported narcotic substance dealers as he was having foreign customers.
The recovered substance was to be delivered on the directions of his brother. Both brothers fell in bad company as they were regular in the rave parties organised in farmhouses of South Delhi.
Later on, they have taken farmhouse on rent in an isolated area of Mehrauli and Fatehpur Beri area and started hosting private parties.
"They have become famous in the party circle and he started procuring imported narcotic substance which is made available to the guest in the party. Invitation to the party is strictly on the basis of reference by the friends and no outsider is allowed to join the party. They used a Duster SUV so that no one suspects them of supplying drugs," said DCP Crime Ram Gopal Naik.