Chandigarh: 2 held with charas in separate cases

Published on Aug 08, 2022 01:08 AM IST

Police said both suspects used to procure the drugs into Chandigarh from Himachal Pradesh and drugs cases have been registered against them

Chandigarh Police have registered drugs cases against both suspects. (HT File)
Chandigarh Police have registered drugs cases against both suspects. (HT File)
By, Chandigarh

Two men were arrested with charas in separate cases. One Happy, 34, from Surajpur in Kalkaand was arrested with 1.1-kg charas in Kishangarh. Police said he is a taxi driver and brought the drugs into the city from Himachal Pradesh. Also, one Mohd Azad, 30, of Kajheri village, was arrested with 665-gram charas.

Police said he also used to procure the contraband from HP. Drugs cases have been registered against both of them.


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