37 Assam Rifles along with Dholai Police apprehends a smuggler; 30,000 WY tablets worth Rs 3 crore
A major success for the joint team of 37 Assam Rifles, Pailapool and Dholai Police. At around 7:30 PM, this evening, based on a secret tip-off the joint team conducted a raid in Saptagram Village located in Dholai.
The team managed to apprehend one individual identified as Mohim Uddin Barbhuiya son of late Abdul Khalik Barghuiya a resident of the Saptagram Village. In a joint statement released by Cachar Police and Assam Rifles, it is mentioned that a total of 30,000 World Is Yours (WY) tablets have been confiscated.
“Both the consignment and the apprehended individual statement has been handed over to Dholai Police,” said the statement.
Cachar Police has kept a hawk’s eye on the smugglers and peddling illegal substances in different parts of the valley. SP Cachar Police, Mugdhajyoti Dev Mahanta said he would like to put an end to these illegal rackets functioning fearlessly in different parts of Cachar.
While speaking with Barak Bulletin he had said that these tablets do not have demand here in Barak Valley and so the estimated market value is Rs 1000 per tablet. “If the tablets reach Bangladesh or Tripura where the demand is high, they are priced at around Rs 1300 per tablet.”