Amritsar police got a big success, youth was arrested with heroin and drug money


The Special Cell of Amritsar Rural Police has achieved great success. The police are constantly cracking down on drug traffickers. Under this campaign, the police have arrested a person with 4 kg of heroin, drug money worth Rs. 2 lakh and a pistol.

According to the police, the accused was going on foot to supply drugs, where the police caught him. A case under the NDPS Act has been registered against the accused in Gharun police station.

The Special Cell of the Amritsar Rural Police received a tip-off that Manjit Singh alias Kalu, a resident of village Dhanoana clan, was in the business of selling heroin. Supplies are still going today. After which the police took immediate action and put a barricade near the diversion drain. Where accused Manjit Singh was walking from village Dhanoa Kalan towards village Mor.

The police signaled him to stop and recovered 4 kg of heroin from him. The market price of heroin is around 28 crore rupees.

Apart from this, drug money worth Rs 2 lakh, a 32 bore pistol, an Airtel dongle and a mobile phone have been recovered from the accused. The police have registered a case against the accused. The police say that he will be produced in the court and remanded.