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New Year drugs crackdown: NCB arrests 4 students of universities in Delhi

New Year drugs crackdown: NCB arrests 4 students of universities in Delhi

In a major new year eve crackdown, the NCB has arrested four students of the Delhi University, JNU and Amity University for their alleged involvement in a narcotics supply racket here. The agency has also seized 1.14 kg of charas (cannabis) and three LSD (Lysergic acid Diethylamide) blot papers that was supposedly to be supplied

NCB destroys over 647 kg seized drugs in Mohali

Mohali: The drug disposal committee of Narcotics Control Bureau of Chandigarh destroyed 647 kilograms of contraband here in incinerator at village Bangali, Mohali on Friday. The destroyed drugs (Heroin) were seized in 16 cases spread over the period 2015 and 2016. The drug disposed were seized by the Police and NCB during checks and arrests

Charas in maximum supply and consumption: NCB

Chandigarh: Chandigarh seems turning the major halt for the suppliers of Charas which is reported to be most common in usage of the consumers. 35 kilograms of Charas has been recovered till November by the City Police. The NCB sleuths have learnt that the Charas is being mostly in usage in Chandigarh followed by Opium

3.900 kg of Charas seized by NCB; two arrested

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) of Chandigarh Police have arrested two persons while they were allegedly possessing 3.900 kilograms of Charas. The accused have been involved in drug trafficking from past six months. According to officials of NCB, the accused have been identified as Mausimdin and Dildar, both residents of Chamba, Himachal Pradesh. The official

Cousins arrested with 610 gm heroin by NCB

Chandigarh: The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) of Chandigarh team have busted two cousin for allegedly possessing contraband in their possession. The NCB team has recovered 610 grams of heroin from their possession. According to police, the accused have been identified as Ajit and Shivam, both residents of Bhiwani, Haryana. Kuldeep Sharma, Superintendent, NCB said that