After Punjab, now preparing to make ‘Udta Rajasthan’! Open secret on Indo-Pak border stirred up

 After Punjab, now preparing to make 'Udta Rajasthan'!  Open secret on Indo-Pak border stirred up
Barmer:Clues of drug trade are continuously being found in Rajasthan. In this sequence, big action has also been taken in Barmer border. Taking major action here on Tuesday, Rageshwari Police has succeeded in recovering a large quantity of opium milk from the resident Dhani. According to the instructions of Barmer Superintendent of Police Deepak Bhargava, the special team and the team of Rageshwari police station have disclosed the matter by taking joint action. According to the information received, the accused Kumbharam was carrying 5 kg 700 grams of illegal opium milk from Dhani, a resident of Barmer, who escaped as soon as the police came to know about it. In this case, the police have also seized a Fortuner car used in smuggling.

The police carried out the action by laying such a trap
According to the information received, a team was formed by Superintendent of Police Deepak Bhargava to prevent illegal drug smuggling. According to his instructions, DST in-charge Barmer Harchandram and Barmer police station reached Beri on the outskirts of Mangle to take action. After this, an attempt was made to nab the accused Kumbharam, but the accused escaped from the spot. However, the police team confiscated a huge quantity of illegal opium milk here. Success has been achieved in recovering 5 kg 700 grams and a Fortuner car used in illegal drug smuggling.

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The accused absconded from the spot, aware of the police action
The accused fled on the spot of the police team, which is being searched vigorously. According to the information received from the police officers, advance research is being done in the case. According to the police, the estimated value of the seized opium is estimated to be around Rs 11,40,000.

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