Two males have been arrested whereas allegedly transporting 1,727 kg hashish in Madhya Pradesh’s Agar Malwa district on Saturday, the Uttar Pradesh Particular Process Power (STF) mentioned.
The motion was carried out round 12.30 pm by a workforce of the native Madhya Pradesh Police and the Noida unit of the STF, the company mentioned.
“Two males have been arrested and a container truck impounded which had a secret cavity by which the contraband was saved,” Extra Superintendent of Police (STF) Raj Kumar Mishra mentioned.
“As a lot as 1,727 kg of unlawful hashish pegged price roughly Rs eight crore has been seized,” he added.
The arrest was made in Susner city of the Agar Malwa district in Madhya Pradesh. The accused held have been recognized as Shubham Tyagi and Lokesh Singh, each natives of Ghaziabad district in Uttar Pradesh, the STF mentioned.
The truck impounded is registered in Ghaziabad.
Additional authorized proceedings are underway, the company mentioned.
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