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1 kg heroin worth about 5 crores seized, 4 accused including 2 women arrested

Chandigarh Sept 2 – Haryana Police has seized 1 kg of heroin from a car and arrested four persons including two women in this connection in Ambala district.

While giving this information here today, a spokesperson of Haryana Police said that the arrested accused have been identified as Anwar alias Abhi, Anjali and Rekha, all residents of Deha Colony, Ambala city and car driver Rajbir alias Raju, a native of district Patiala Punjab.

While 400 grams of heroin was recovered from the possession of accused Anwar alias Abhi, 300-300 grams of drugs was recovered from accused Anjali and Rekha.

A police team had received information that the accused who were involved in drug smuggling, would enter Ambala via National Highway from Delhi in a Swift Desire car bearing Punjab registration number. Acting swiftly, the police team established a blockade in the Padaav police station area. While checking the suspicious vehicles/persons, police stopped the accused’s vehicle and when searched, a total of 1 kg heroin was recovered from their possession.

During interrogation, it was revealed that the accused car driver Rajbir alias Raju takes Rs 15,000 per round from them for this work. The accused were arrested and a case was registered against them. All of them have a criminal record against whom cases have been registered in the past.

As per the instructions of Superintendent of Police Ambala Mr. Jashandeep Singh Randhawa, 111 accused have been arrested so far this year in Ambala district by registering 92 cases against them under the NDPS Act. Police seized 3 kg 6 gram 700 mg heroin, about 10 kg opium, 309 kg poppy husk, 7 kg 911 gram ganja, 223 gram charas, 64669 intoxicating pills, 9824 intoxicating capsules, 1950 prohibited injections and 95 syrups bottles from their possession. In addition, properties worth about Rs 4 crore of 5 accused have also been attached under the special campaign being run against drug smugglers.


Deputy Chief Minister pulls up officers for laxity in projects of Civil Aviation Department

Directions given regarding the expansion of the airstrips of the state at various location

Development plan should be made keeping in mind the vision for next 20 years

Chandigarh, September 2 – Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala has pulled up the officers of the Civil Aviation Department for taking laxity in their approach towards work and asked them to improve their working style. Sh. Chautala said that the development plan in the aviation sector should be made keeping in mind the vision for the next 20 years so that Haryana can evolve as a role model in the aviation sector.

The Deputy Chief Minister, who also holds the charge of the Civil Aviation Department, today inquired about the status of various projects of the department. On this occasion, Additional Chief Secretary, Civil Aviation Department, Sh. Ankur Gupta, Advisor, Civil Aviation, Sh. K. Makarand Pandurang, OSD to Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Kamlesh Bhadoo besides other senior officers of the department were present.

Sh. Dushyant Chautala inquired officers regarding the progress of the directions passed in the series of meetings that happened in the context of Civil Aviation in the past. He asked to make arrangements for additional land which is required for future expansion of airstrips in Bhiwani, Narnaul, Karnal and Pinjore. The officials were not able to give a satisfactory reply to which Sh. Chautala pulled up the officers and asked to cite the reasons for not uploading the application for land on e-bhoomi. As per the requirement of the above airstrips, he directed to upload the land demand on e-bhoomi immediately. He further directed to prepare a plan for sky-diving and other adventure sports along with the above projects.

The Deputy Chief Minister took feedback from the officers regarding the under-construction airstrip and other infrastructure at the International Airport being built in Hisar and directed to expedite the process of making an alternate road of Hisar-Barwala road.

He said that after the completion of this International Airport, development will get a boost in the entire state. He said that the field of aviation is expected to be very promising in future. He said that Haryana Government’s Aerospace and Defence Policy will attract more and more industries related to the defence sector within the state.

By: Sachin Vyas

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