Police giving information about the poppy recovered from smugglers.
- Police interrogating to find out the rest of the smugglers’ companions
Police arrested two smugglers selling opium from Jharkhand in Punjab under the guise of potato contracting. Both the smugglers got on the bike while going on the bike. 7 kg of opium was recovered from them. Both are being questioned about the remaining people involved in the smugglers.
Jalandhar Rural Police SSP Dr Sandeep Garg said that Sub-Inspector Sahil Chaudhary of the police station Shahkot had blocked the Salicha bridge with the police party. Meanwhile, two persons aboard a bike PB08CA-3014 were stopped for checking. When the police searched them, 7 kg of opium was recovered from the possession of both. Police arrested the biker Darshan Singh of Suchetgarh under Sultanpur Lodhi police station in Kapurthala district and Sanajir Mian, a resident of Jamuna village in Palamu district, Jharkhand.
Sanajir Mian was living in Badshahpur village of Lambra at this time. In police interrogation, Darshan Singh said that he works as a farmer and Sanajir Mian works as a potato contractor. For this reason, he was acquainted with him. He used to bring her opium from Jharkhand and then both of them worked together to sell it. Sanazir Mian also made the same statement. The police are now questioning both of whom he used to bring opium in Jharkhand and to whom it was supplied. He too will be arrested in this case.
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