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Three Manipur residents arrested, Yaba tablets worth Rs 150 crore in Cachar seized

 Cachar (Assam):The Dhalai police station of Cachar district has achieved a major breakthrough based on a tip-off on the smuggling of narcotic tablets Yaba. A police team raided a Bolero DI vehicle at Lailapur on the Assam-Mizoram inter-state border early on Sunday and seized 6,20,000 Yaba tablets worth around Rs 150 crore in the international market in 62 packets. Dhalai Police has arrested three residents of Manipur in the case of drug trafficking.

Silchar Superintendent of Police Nomal Mahato said, Cachar Police has continued its campaign under the policy of zero tolerance announced by the Chief Minister against corruption and smuggling. Cachar police has been continuously campaigning against illegal smuggling syndicates including ganja including heroin, brown sugar, cocaine, yaba pills, Burmese (Myanmar) betel nuts, poppy seeds, urea fertilizers, foreign pepper etc.

 

 

 Superintendent of Police Mahto said that the police force posted on duty at Dhalai police station seized and searched a Bolero DI mini truck (AS-11DC-8184) coming from Mizoram and found a sophisticated chamber. A total of 6,20,000 yaba pills in 62 packets were recovered after cutting the special chamber. The police immediately took possession of the mini truck and brought it to the police station. Police have also arrested three people from Churachandpur district of neighboring Manipur for their alleged involvement in the smuggling case.
 
The arrested persons have been identified as Laminsi (32) resident of Malcham village in Churachandpur district, Thongmingwu Lungdhim (22) and Gingkhosem (19) resident of Lajangfei village. One of them is a college student.
 
He said that the police is constantly interrogating the three smugglers who were arrested. The vehicle had entered Silchar from Manipur via Mizoram with Yaba tablets. Superintendent of Police Mahto said that the international market value of the seized Yaba pills would be at least Rs 150 crore. He said that the matter is being investigated. Superintendent of Police (SP) Mahato hoped that the Cachar police would be able to arrest the international mafia of yaba tablet smuggling by gathering more sensational information from the arrested persons.
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