NCB Raids In Mumbai: Despite the campaign of several investigative agencies against drugs, drug dealers have no fear of the law. They are running their drug business indiscriminately.
- NCB raids in many districts
- Drugs business is not stopping even after action
- Drug dealers have no fear
Govind Tupe, Mumbai: Big action has been taken against drugs in Maharashtra. Narcotics Control Bureau has conducted raids in many districts including Aurangabad, Nanded. Drugs are easily available in many areas of Mumbai. From Sushant Singh Rajput case to Aryan Khan case, Anti Narcotics Cell and NCB have made many arrests by recovering drugs worth crores of rupees in Mumbai. Despite this, drugs are easily available in many areas of Mumbai city. Drug dealers are intent on dissolving the poison of drugs in the blood of the youth.
- About 3500 kg of drugs recovered so far
Mumbai Police has caught about 3500 kg of drugs worth crores in the last three years. From the Sushant Singh Rajput case to the Aryan Khan case, there have been many big arrests. But after all this, did the drug trade in Mumbai stop? To find out, our team reached many areas of Mumbai with its intelligence cameras.
- Know what the drug peddler told?
To expose the drug trade, our team first reached the Lallubhai compound of Mankhurd. Here we reached through a mediator who introduced us to a person named Bilal. When we asked him if drugs would be available, listen what was his answer?
Reporter- What is the rate of MD drugs?
Drug Paddler – MD has a book of Rs 1800.
Reporter: How much is there in that?
Drug Paddler – A book comes in it. If you take it you will understand.
Reporter- How much will the button get?
Drug Paddler- Button comes for Rs.250. You say you will do that.
Reporter – What is this?
Drug paddler – this is charas. Weighed thousand rupees.
Reporter – What is this?
Drug Paddler – Is this ganja?
Reporter- How is the ganja?
Drug Paddler – Is this a pudding worth Rs 150?
Reporter- Is the rate fixed?
Drug paddler – fixed. Brother, you are getting cheap in Corona and if you go to the place, you will get expensive.
After this our team reached Shivajinagar and Chembur in Govandi. There too we easily found a drug dealer. He was ready to provide everything by taking money. Let us tell you what was the price of which drugs in the drug market?
- drug rate card
MD – 1 book in 1800 rupees (one book means one gram white powder, it is considered to be the most expensive and strong addictive drugs)
Charas- one egg for 1000 rupees (one egg means three to four grams of charas tablet)
Ganja – A pudding for 100 to 150 rupees.
Cocoa – a bottle for Rs 250 (this is a cough medicine that is prohibited to be sold without a prescription)
Button – 6 tablets in 150 rupees (this is such an intoxicant in which the mind remains numb throughout the day)
Minar – four tablets (drug pills) for 60 rupees
These pictures recorded on our intelligence camera were shocking. You know that despite the campaign against drugs of all the investigating agencies, drug dealers have no fear of law and they are running their drug business indiscriminately.