Udayavni Special

Kasargod network, drug net cracked by NCB


Team Udayavani, Apr 6, 2021, 12:32 PM IST

New Delhi: A drug network that functions under the name Kasargod Network has been detected by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB). The network supplies narcotic drugs illegally to Middle Eastern countries from India.

Mohsin K P is the mastermind of this network and is currently in Qatar prison.

Reports state that every month officials at Qatar airport arrest at least 10-15  Indians on the accusation of possessing drugs with them. It was found that most of the arrested belong to the Kasargod network. The ones arrested reside in Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kerala, and Bengaluru. Through Voice Internet Protocol, they make sure to keep in touch without giving room for any suspicion.

Throughout the country, there are about 100 people working for this network and currently, this network is prevalent in places like Wayanad in Kerala, Madikeri, Mangaluru, Kodagu, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Goa, and New Delhi.

This gang is smuggling narcotics through six to seven airports of the country, such vast is the network.  The NCB officials revealed that the members of this network use various airports of south and western India to transport cocaine and other psychotropic substances which are smuggled from Jammu and Kashmir, Nepal, and Himachal Pradesh.

 

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Govt issues revised clinical guidance for management of COVID-19 patients

Demand for medical oxygen increases in twin districts

13 COVID-19 patients die in Maha hospital fire

Shocking animal cruelty in M’luru: Dog tied to bike with rope, dragged

Kerala govt calls for all party meet to discuss COVID surge

Karnataka logs biggest single day spike of 25,795 COVID cases,123 deaths

Centre advises all its staff to get themselves vaccinated




Related Articles More

Demand for medical oxygen increases in twin districts

Shocking animal cruelty in M’luru: Dog tied to bike with rope, dragged

Karnataka logs biggest single day spike of 25,795 COVID cases,123 deaths

Karnataka govt releases Rs 571 cr for COVID-19 management

Udupi: Police close down ‘non-essential’ establishments

MUST WATCH

Shocking animal cruelty in M’luru: Dog tied to bike with rope, dragged

H D Kumaraswamy slams Karnataka govt

News Bulletin 22 -4- 2021

Udayavani Phone-in program related to the development of Markets in Mangaluru

COVID-19 LOCKDOWN RECAP IN 3 MINS

Latest Additions

Govt issues revised clinical guidance for management of COVID-19 patients

Demand for medical oxygen increases in twin districts

13 COVID-19 patients die in Maha hospital fire

Shocking animal cruelty in M’luru: Dog tied to bike with rope, dragged

Kerala govt calls for all party meet to discuss COVID surge

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.