Mizoram Police seize 2.330 kg of Methamphetamine tablets valued at Rs.7.50 cr
The Mizoram Police seized 2.330 kg of highly-addictive Methamphetamine tablets valued at Rs.7.50 crore and arrested two drug peddlers, officials said.
The police, quoting the arrested drug peddlers, said the Methamphetamine tablets, commonly known as ‘Yaba‘ or ‘party’ tablets, were brought in from Myanmar and were intended to be smuggled into Bangladesh.
A Mizoram police officer said that acting on a tip-off, the Aizawl District Special Branch (DSB) team arrested Sourabh Nath (34) and Mohammad Nur Ahmed (39) and seized 2.330 kg Methamphetamine tablets from their possession.
Nath and Ahmed are residents of northern Tripura, adjoining Mizoram and Bangladesh.
On Tuesday, the police arrested two persons from Assam with 500 gm of heroin and 5.32 kg Methamphetamine tablets in the Serchhip district.
[With Inputs from IANS]
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