Drug Racket Busted in Ludhiana, Rs. 4.94 Crore Drug Money Recovered

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A drug racket has been busted in Ludhiana district of Punjab, with Jammu and Kashmir Police and Punjab Police recovering Rs. 4.94 crore in drug money and 38 fake number plates of vehicles in a joint operation. A pistol was also found with the money.

The raid was conducted at the behest of an accused who was arrested by the Jammu Police with 30 kg of cocaine a few days ago. The accused, identified as Aman, is a resident of Dashmesh Colony Mullanpur. His father is also a fugitive who lives in Chandigarh. Aman ran a drug network from his house.

The accused used to smuggle drugs from Jammu to Ludhiana. During the raid, the police recovered the drug money from a box under Aman’s bed. The police also recovered a rupee counting machine, suggesting that Aman was involved in large-scale drug trafficking.

The police believe that Aman used to supply drugs at many places in Ludhiana, which they will reveal soon. Before the police raid, some accomplices of Aman also escaped and the police team is conducting a raid to arrest them.

This is a major breakthrough for the authorities in their fight against drug trafficking in Punjab. The recovery of such a large amount of drug money and fake number plates suggests that this was a well-organized criminal network. The police are investigating the case further and are expected to make more arrests in the coming days.

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