Mumbai ANC Police Apprehend Party Drug Peddler with ₹15.42 Lakh Worth of MDMA Tablets
In a recent development, Mumbai police have apprehended a drug peddler in the city who was allegedly in possession of MDMA (Methylenedioxy Methamphetamine) valued at ₹15.42 lakh. The Anti Narcotics Cell (ANC) of the Mumbai Police carried out the arrest and subsequent seizure. Notably, the accused is reported to be a commerce graduate with no prior criminal record.
The ANC Mumbai Police issued a statement confirming the arrest, stating, “ANC Mumbai Police arrested one party drug peddler with MDMA tablets (Methylenedioxy Methamphetamine) worth ₹15.42 lakh.” Following this arrest, appropriate legal action has been taken, and a case has been registered in connection with the matter.
Furthermore, on the same day, the Mumbai Police conducted another operation, this time in the Mankhurd area under the jurisdiction of the Trambe police station. During this operation, drugs with an estimated worth of ₹31 lakh in the international market were seized. The seized drugs weighed approximately six kilograms.
The operation led to the arrest of two individuals identified as Nadeem Mohammad Idris Shah and Akshay Lakshman Vaghmare. Both suspects have been charged under the provisions of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS). The Trambe police station in Mumbai is handling the case.
These developments underscore the ongoing efforts by law enforcement agencies to combat drug-related activities in the city and maintain public safety.