NCB recovers 1 kg brown sugar
SLEUTHS OF the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) raided a shop in Lallapura area and seized brown sugar.
One person was also arrested.
Sleuths from New Delhi arrived in the city on Wednesday on a tip off and raided a cold drinks shop in the night at Lallapura area under the Sigra police station.
The officials found around one kg of brown sugar hidden in a packet.
The arrested man revealed about illegal trafficking of narcotics in UP and Bihar.
No higher official of NCB could be contacted for the version but one employee has confirmed the raid and recovery of brown sugar.
Meanwhile, the Kotwali police have busted an inter-state gang of miscreants, who used to loot passengers after serving them intoxicated food. Five persons, all residents of West Bengal, were arrested in Maidagin area on Friday. Police also recovered looted suitcases and electronic items.
In another case, Bal Mukund, the main accused in the Bhaiya Lal murder case, held in Maidagin area on Sunday, has surrendered in a court here on Friday.
Bhaiya Lal had been shot dead by two persons near Maidagin.
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