18 rolls of Charas, Heroine, five lakh cash recovered
Foiling two bids of narcotics smuggling, Jammu and Kashmir police in Rajouri’s Kandi and Manjakote arrested five person and recovered eighteen rolls of Charas, four grams of Heroine like substance and five lakh of cash from their possession.
Senior Superintendent of Police Rajouri, Chandan Kohli said that a team of police headed by Station House Officer Kandi, Mustaj Ahmed under the supervision of Sub Divisional Police Officer Manjakote Nisar Khoja was on routine vehicle checking duty at Manoor gala when a motorcycle JK11D 5201 on way to Kotranka from Rajouri was signaled to stop but driver of the motorcycle alongwith two pillion rider tried to escape from the spot.
However, alert cops detained the three person and during frisking, eighteen rolls of Charas like substance were recovered from their possession.
All the three accused have been arrested in Kandi police station with a case under relevant sections of law including NDPS Act have been registered in police station Kandi and further investigation into the matter is going on, SSP said.
SSP Rajouri Chandan Kohli further said that a team of police from Manjakote headed by Station House Officer Manjakote Pankaj Sharma under the supervision of Sub Divisional Police Officer Manjakote Nisar Khoja was on routine
patrolling duty when a motorcycle bearing registration JK11A 8372 was intercepted near ZEO office Manjakote for routine vehicle checking.
Two person namely Mohammad Rafiq son of Abdullah resident of Sialsui Kalakote and Mohammad Sadiq @ Matu son of Mohammad Khan resident of Rani Badetar Nowshera were travelling on the motorcycle and during their searches, 4 grams Heroin like substance and cash of rupees 5 lakh was recovered from their possession.
A case FIR No 107/2020 U/S 8/21/22/25/27-A/29 NDPS Act has been registered in police station Manjakote and further investigation is going on.