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- Rajasthan Kota Opium Drug worth Rs 2.5 lakh seized from used car, two smugglers residing in Kanwas, Aklera arrested a consignment of 2.5 lakh drugs seized from the car,
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During the blockade, 119 kg of opium pods were recovered from a car, two smugglers were arrested.
Smuggling incidents are increasing on the Kota-Jhalawar road. Kanwa police station in the district has recovered 119 kg opium capsule from a car during the blockade. Two youths have been arrested. The market value of the seized Doda is said to be around Rs 2.5 lakh. It is said that this consignment of drugs was smuggled from Aklera via Jhalawar. Even before that, the police got involved during the check. Both the accused are residents of Aklera in Jhalawar district. He had bought a used car from Kota a few months ago. The police have also impounded the car.
Kanwa Police Station SHO Abhay Singh said that in view of the assembly elections, on the instructions of the headquarters, a drive has been launched to arrest narcotics, illegal arms and wanted criminals. At the same time, the police station area is cordoned off. Today Maruti Eeco number 12 coming from Jhalawar was stopped. Two young people were in the car. During interrogation, they told their names as Suraj Kumar Bagri (25), resident of Bagri Mohalla and Mukesh Meena alias Golu (21), resident of Katphala Police Station, Aklera District, Jhalawar. During the search, plastic bags were found in the car. Which were filled with illegal doda. Both have been arrested. The accused are questioned about the smuggling network.