Delhi Police Arrest Two Afghan Nationals, Seize Drugs Worth Rs 1, 200 Crores

The Special Cell of the Delhi Police arrested two Afghan nationals on Tuesday for possessing drugs worth crores of rupees. According to the report by news agency ANI, 312.5 kgs of Methamphetamine and 10 kgs of heroin worth over Rs 1,200 crores in the international market has been recovered from them.

Both the arrested Afghan nationals were living in India since 2016, and the seizure of methamphetamine drugs from them is one of the largest in the country. 

“It is one of the largest seizures of methamphetamine drugs in the country’s history. Both Afghan nationals were living in India since 2016. Further interrogation had led to the recovery of 606 bags from a godown in Lucknow,” said HGS Dhaliwal, Special CP, Delhi Police, as reported by ANI.

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