Delhi Police Arrest Two Afghan Nationals, Seize Drugs Worth Over Rs 1, 200 Crores

Lucknow: In one of the largest anti-drug operations in India, Delhi Police arrested two Afghan nationals on Tuesday, leading to the recovery of 606 kgs of methamphetamine.

The Afghan duo settled in India in 2016.

The interrogation of the two Afghan nationals, according to HGS Dhaliwal, Special CP, Delhi Police, discovered the presence of more than 312 kilograms of methamphetamine worth Rs 1200 crore in Lucknow.

“It is one of the largest seizures of methamphetamine drugs in the country’s history. Both Afghan nationals were living in India since 2016. Further interrogation had led to the recovery of 606 bags from a godown in Lucknow,” he said.

“Delhi Police Special Cell arrested two Afghan nationals and seized 312.5 kgs of Methamphetamine drug and 10 kgs of heroin from their possession. The total seized drug is worth more than Rs 1200 crores in International Market,” he added.

Meth, one of the most expensive and illegal drugs in the world, is a powerful and highly addictive stimulant that affects the central nervous system.

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