Druglord Pakhi Miyan, arrested from Durgapur in West Bengal, was brought here last night and being interrogated in connection with several cases.
Inspector General of Police (Law and Order) Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta said here today that Miyan, alias Haji Samsul Haque Talukdar, was brought here by a flight and taken to Pan Bazaar police station.
Miyan was brought here by a special team of the Assam Police, led by Deputy Superintendent of Police Navajit Bhuyan, after he was granted four days' transit remand by a Kolkata Court on Monday.
Miya was arrested on Monday by a joint team of West Bengal's police Special Task Force (STF) and Assam police from the residence of a Nepali woman following a tip-off.
Besides drug-trafficking, Miyan was wanted in connection with his alleged involvement in the killing of revenue intelligence officer Tarun Kumar Dutta on September 12, 2006 in Guwahati.