In Jhalawar district of Rajasthan, Police have recovered Heroin (drugs) worth four crore rupees and arrested two people. Gangadhar police station of Jhalawar district, taking action late at around 11 pm on Sunday, recovered a four and a half kilo heroin. The market value of the recovered heroin is around four crores. This heroin was being transported via a truck. At the moment, it has not been revealed where this heroin was brought from and where it was being taken.
Deputy Superintendent of Police Brajmohan Meena said that under the direction of Superintendent of Police Ramamurthy Joshi, a campaign is being carried out against drug trafficking across the district. Under this, blockade was also done in Gangadhar Police Station area. Meanwhile, Truck was seen coming from Suwasra in Madhya Pradesh at a high speed. When the policemen hinted at stopping the truck, the driver tried to turn it back towards Madhya Pradesh.
When the police suspected this, the policemen went ahead. Seeing the police moving forward, the driver and his partner left the truck and fled. But the police caught them. After capturing both, the truck was searched and four kg of heroin was recovered. The two were identified as Omar Khan and Om prakash. Both these people are residents of Aklera police station area in Jhalawar district. The police is engaged in interrogation of both. It is said that during the questioning, important disclosures have been made. But it has not been revealed yet. It is feared that these two people may also be members of the drugs smuggler gang. If this happens, more arrests may also be made in this case.