Bengaluru: NCB busts drug syndicates, 5 held


PTI, Oct 24, 2021, 12:55 PM IST

Bengaluru: Four people were arrested at Devanahalli in Bengaluru when they were on the way to Hyderabad with commercial quantity of Ecstasy pills, Methamphetamin and Methaqualone from their possession, the officer said.

The accused are from Vishakhapatnam, Bihar and Hyderabad.

Their fifth accomplice was the supplier of high quality marijuana, who too has been arrested on a tip-off, the NCB  said.

”The syndicate was procuring variety of drugs from supplier based in Bengaluru and sold them in the parties and in pubs in Hyderabad,”  the NCB’s Bengaluru zonal unit director Amit Ghawate said in a statement.

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