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Haryana police seizes 100 kg ganja leaf

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Chandigarh | Friday, Oct 12 2018 IST
In a major crackdown on drug peddlers, Haryana Police have arrested one person and seized 100 kg ganja leaf (cannabis) worth lakhs of rupees being smuggled in a car in Jhajjar district.

Giving this information here on Friday, a police department spokesman said that a blockade was put in place by police party near Badli check-post in Bahadurgarh area. During the checking, police team signaled a car bearing Delhi registration number coming from Jhajjar side to stop. On checking the vehicle, the police team found five bags of ganja leaf, totaling 100 kg, worth lakh of rupees. The police arrested car driver Rajesh, a resident of Basai Enclave, Gurugram. During preliminary investigation, it was revealed that Rajesh and his accomplice had also been engaged in illegal trade of liquor smuggling. They used to carry illegal liquor to Bihar side and brought ganja from Odisha while coming back. A case under the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act had been registered against them in Bahadurgarh city police station, he addedThe accused was produced before the court from where he was sent in judicial custody. UNI DB JW1737

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