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Marijuana smuggling busted through AMAZON, two arrested

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Madhya Pradesh Police has achieved a big success in the case of online marijuana ie ganja smuggling by the international company Amazon. Police arrested two accused and seized 20 kg of ganja being supplied by Amazon Online. In the initial interrogation of the accused, information has been received that till now about 1 ton of marijuana has been smuggled through the online platform.

In fact, the police had received information about the delivery of ganja by the online shopping platform Amazon, on the basis of which Bhind SP Manoj Singh, giving the responsibility of this to the cyber cell team, directed to keep an eye on Suraj Pawaiya, a resident of Gwalior Murar, suspected in the case.

Superintendent of Police Manoj Kumar Singh directed the Cyber ​​Cell and other police officers including Gohad SDOP to nab him, in which Gohad SHO and Cyber ​​Cell together caught the accused Suraj Pawaiya near Govind Dhaage on Bank Gwalior Highway Road, along with Govind Dhawa. The director of Brijendra Tomar has also been taken into custody.

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The police have also seized 20 kg ganja from the accused, including packing boxes of international company Amazon, wrapper barcode tagging and other materials. According to the information received by the police from the accused, the Visakhapatnam-based company was registered as a seller on Amazon by the accused by forming a firm named Babu Tax. Through which marijuana was being smuggled continuously from Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh through Amazon Online. So far 1 ton of marijuana has been smuggled through online platforms. About Rs 1 crore 10 lakh transactions have taken place through the online digital platform.

It is worth mentioning that the accused Sutji Pawaiya used to deliver marijuana from Andhra Pradesh through Amazon to other districts including Gwalior, Bhopal, Kota and Agra by Amazon with the tag of curry leaves, about 66.66 percent of this sale of marijuana goes to Amazon. The police is still continuously interrogating the accused in this whole case. The action is still on.

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