Narcotics Control Bureau.
The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has arrested another drug smuggler in connection with a cruise drugs party off the coast of Mumbai. An NCB official said that the Mumbai unit of NCB arrested the smuggler from suburb Powai on Tuesday night. With this, a total of 16 people have been arrested in this case so far. According to the official, her name came to the fore after interrogating those arrested from Cardilia Cruz. NCB has arrested Shahrukh Khan’s son Aryan Khan and the organizers of an event management company in Delhi in this case.
Apart from Aryan Khan, Arbaaz Merchant, Munmun Dhamecha, Nupur Satija, Ishmeet Chadha, Mohak Jaiswal, Gomit Chopra, Vikrant Chhokar have been arrested. At the same time, Gopal G Anand, Sameer Sehgal, Manav Singhal and Bhaskar Arora of the event management company on the cruise were arrested by Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate R.K. M. Narlikar has been sent to NCB custody till October 14. The agency had earlier said that it has also arrested Shreyas Nair, Manish Rajgaria and Evin Sahu.
Two arrested with heroin worth Rs 15 crore in Mumbai
The Anti-Drug Cell (ANC) of Mumbai Police arrested two persons from Dongri area here and seized heroin worth Rs 15 crore from them. Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale told that the accused are residents of Rajasthan and they had come to the city to sell banned drugs to their customers. Arrested from Dongri area. During the search, the ANC team recovered around seven kilograms of heroin from the accused.
NIA took over the investigation of the arrest of 3000 kg heroin in Gujarat
The NIA took over the investigation of the 2988 kg heroin consignment caught at the Mundra port in Gujarat. Cases registered against Machavaram Sudhakaran, Durga PV Govindaraju, Rajkumar and others under IPC, NDPS and UAPA following the Home Ministry order The investigation has been started by the NIA. This drug had arrived at Mundra Port from Afghanistan in the form of semi-processed talcum powder in stone.
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