Neemuch Drugs Worth One Crore Seized: Police seized 8 kg 900 grams of opium and one kg 70 grams of MDMA drugs from two Swift cars and arrested three accused. The international value of the seized goods is said to be Rs 1 crore 90 lakh. The accused hid the opium and MDMA drugs in a scheme made by making holes in the running board under the doors of the car. One of these smugglers is from Neemuch district of Madhya Pradesh and two smugglers are from Jodhpur district. A car was doing the job of escorting. In which a retired soldier was also involved. The case was of Nimbahera Sadar police station area.
The car was passing Gujarat and Jharkhand
According to the police, blockade was being done outside the police station itself. Meanwhile, a vehicle with the number plate of Gujarat was seen coming. A Jharkhand passing vehicle was also running in front of this vehicle. When the police stopped both the vehicles, the three accused sitting in them started arguing with the police. He was also hesitant to tell his name and address. On checking the phone, the call people were found deleted. The police got suspicious on this. The police arrested both of them on suspicion.
This type of scheme made for the first time
Meanwhile, the police got information that both the seized vehicles belonged to smugglers. In one of them, 8 bags were hidden from the rear tire by cutting the running board made under both the gates on the left side of the car. Of these, MDMA was kept in 6 bags and opium was kept in two bags. The bags contained 8 kg 900 grams of opium and one kg 70 grams of MDMA. These opium and drugs were brought from MP and were being taken towards Jodhpur. Please tell that this type of scheme has been made in the car for the first time, about which even the police was not aware. Vikram Singh s/o Ranjitsinh Saundhia, resident of Neemuch MP, was in the scheme vehicle. Osian, Jodhpur resident Navdeep s/o Jagdish Pandit and Shyam Sundar s/o Govardhanram Pandit were in the escorting vehicle. After registering a case against all three under the NDPS Act, further action was started.
Shyam Sundar is retired from Arms Force
The scheme vehicle was being driven by Vikram Singh s/o Ranjit Singh Saundhia, resident of Neemuch, MP. Osian, Jodhpur resident Navdeep s/o Jagdish Pandit and Shyam Sundar s/o Govardhanram Pandit were in the escorting vehicle. Started action by registering a case against all three under the NDPS Act.