NCB reveals – 20 lakh addicted to radar, 1.40 lakh crore business through 142 drug syndicates

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The Bureau of Narcotics Control (NCB) is preparing for a major step to curb the black drug trade in the country. The NCB has confirmed that 2 million drug addicts have agency radar.

The Bureau of Narcotics Control (NCB) is preparing for a major step to curb the black drug trade in the country. The NCB has confirmed that 2 million drug addicts have agency radar. 142 drug syndicates are under investigation, through which 1.40 lakh crore rupees is being traded. The incident has come to light in the ongoing NCB investigation across the country. Links to these syndicates are from Western Europe, Canada, the United States, Australia, South American countries, and West Asia.

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There are 25 syndicates active in this drug syndicate in Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Punjab. There are 9 active syndicates in Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Goa. They have ties to the Taliban in Afghanistan and the ISI in Pakistan, while some Colombian drug smugglers are working closely with their partners in overseas Europe, Canada and Mexico. There are 10 big syndicates in Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Lakshadweep.

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The NCB has again brought charges against the accused, Arjun Rampal and Ranveer Kapoor

Let us tell you that the NCB is investigating the drug connection in the death of Susanta Singh Rajput. Sushant’s actress girlfriend Riya Chakraborty (Riya Chakraborty), his brother Shauvik Chakraborty and many others are in jail in this case. Rhea and all the others were arrested after a WhatsApp chat was leaked in a drug case. The rear bail application will be heard in the Bombay High Court today (Wednesday).

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