Patiala: 3 UP natives arrested with 2.15L tablets, 76K capsules of tramadol – The Tribune

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Updated At: Sep 03, 2021 02:10 PM (IST)
SSP Sandeep Garg addresses mediapersons regarding the arrest of the three drug suppliers, in Patiala on Thursday. Tribune photo: Rajesh Sachar


Tribune News Service
Patiala, September 2
The police have arrested Uttar Pradesh-based alleged drug suppliers identified as Raj Vikram Singh, Sharad Awasthi and Rajat Gogia, all from Shahjahanpur, and recovered 2.15 lakh tablets and 76,800 capsules of tramadol and 4,000 pentazocina injections from them.
Sharing details, the Patiala Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Sandeep Garg said Rajpura Sadar police had arrested two persons identified as Swaran Singh of Ferozepur district and Gurwinder Singh of Tarn Taran district on August 28 along with 22,000 tablets of tramadol.
During investigation, it had come to light that the supply was coming from Uttar Pradesh (UP). A special police team was sent to UP to bust the drug supply chain, the SSP added.
The SSP further said that their team managed to arrest all the three accused from UP. During preliminary investigations the police found that all three operatives had been working as wholesale suppliers, the SSP added.
“We are trying to locate the drug manufacturer. The Punjab-based two accomplices of the drug supplier gang used to work as driver and cleaner,” said the SSP.
All the five accused were in the 18 to 26 age group and the trio arrested from UP had good knowledge about pharmaceutical work, the SSP added.
“Raj Vikram Singh (18) is pursuing his DPharma, besides has a Chemist shop, while Sharad Awasthi (20) is Matriculate and works at a medical agency as supplier. Third accused Rajat Gogia (25) is a graduate in humanities and pursuing his postgraduation in accounts,” said the SSP. “Further investigation is on. Soon, the drug manufacturer will also be arrested. A case has been registered under Sections 22, 61 and 85 of the NDPS Act at the Rajpura Sadar police station,” the SSP added.
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