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RAJOURI: Police on Sunday arrested two couples and recovered a huge consignment of intoxicant capsules and syrups from their possession.
As per the details, a team of police headed by SHO Rajouri Ajaz Haider assisted by a team of SOG personnel under the overall supervision of DySP PC (Operation) Pranav Mahajan laid a surprise Naka at Muradpur near Rajouri town for checking of vehicles moving on Jammu Rajouri Poonch highway.
During checking, a Tavera (JK11 9887) loaded with clothing (ladies suits and bed sheets) was intercepted and put on frisking.
However, the person travelling in the vehicle tried to resist the frisking giving excuse of damage to clothing but their resistance created suspicion and the entire vehicle was put to thorough frisking.
Cops on duty managed to recover a huge consignment of banned drugs in the vehicle and kept hidden in clothing material.
Two couples travelling in the vehicle were taken into custody from the spot and vehicle was also seized along with the narcotics consignment. The four persons who have been arrested include Mohammad Hafiz son of Mohammad Yousuf Wani and his wife Saima Akhter, resident of Gulabpura Chassana Reasi, at present near Aaiti Rajouri and Shabir Hussain son of Mohammad Ismail and his wife namely Parvez Akhtar resident of Muradpur Rajouri. 6,480 number of intoxicant capsules (Tramadol Hydrochloride Dicyclomine) and 40 bottles of syrup (Russcof Chlorpheniramine Codeine Phosphate syrup) have been recovered from their possession.
A case vide FIR no 191/2019 under Sections 8,21,22,29 and 60 NDPS Act was registered against them in Police Station Rajouri and investigations taken up.
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