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Punjab: C.M. Effect of Mann’s orders, police took major action against drug mafia

Punjab: C.M.  Effect of Mann’s orders, police took major action against drug mafia


Taking a major action against the drug mafia, the Subhanpur police station has officially attached the properties and bank accounts of three drug smugglers named in three major drug recovery cases worth Rs 1.50 crore.

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Published: Friday, January 13, 2023, 13:08 [IST]

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Subhanpur: Taking a major action against the drug mafia, the police of Subhanpur police station officially attached the property and bank accounts of three drug smugglers, worth Rs 1.50 crore, named in three major drug recovery cases. According to information S.S.P. On the orders of Kapurthala Navneet Singh Bains, S.P. under the ongoing campaign against the drug mafia across the district. (d) Harvinder Singh and D.S.P. Under the supervision of Sub Division Bhulatha Sukhnindra Singh, SHO of Police Station Subhanpur. Rajindra Kumar, under the ongoing campaign to officially attach the property created by the drug mafia, after taking approval from the Competent Authority related to the Ministry of Finance, New Delhi, 1 crore 48 lakh 98 thousand of smugglers named in 3 major cases of drug recovery And the property worth Rs 435 was officially attached after reaching the spot with the police team.

By attaching the house, tractor-trolley, scooter and bank account of village Dogranwal, resident of village Dogranwal, named by the police of Thana Subhanpur on January 10, 2020, the total value of which is Rs 41 lakh 66 thousand 645 taken. Whereas F.R.I. Under this, on September 23, 2016, the police of Subhanpur police station officially attached the property of drug smuggler Dalbir Singh alias Dari s/o Jarnail Singh resident of Dogranwal, which includes house, motorcycle and the total cost of which is Rs 28 lakh 30 thousand. Gone.

Whereas F.R.I. On 1 September 2019, the property of drug smuggler Sukhdev Singh alias Sebi s/o Kashmir Singh resident of village Dogranwal, which includes house, bank account and whose total value is 79 lakh 17 thousand 90 rupees, was nominated by the police of police station Subhanpur. Attached. In this way, the property worth Rs 1 crore 48 lakh 98 thousand 435 of the three drug smugglers was officially attached. It may be noted that the SHO of Subhanpur police station was recently appointed. Rajindra Kumar, who took over the charge, has achieved this great success by working hard.

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Punjab: CM Effect of Mann’s orders, police took major action against drug mafia

Story first published: Friday, January 13, 2023, 13:08 [IST]

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