In the second major incident of drug bust from Gujarat’s Mundra port in one year, the state anti-terrorist squad (ATS) and the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) on Tuesday seized 75. 3kg of high-quality heroin, valued at Rs 376. 5 crore in the international market, from Gujarati businessman Gautam Adani’s Mundra port.
It is being told that this consignment of heroin was brought here from UAE through a container. The container arrived in India from Dubai’s Jebel Ali Port. ATS had got secret information about this. Officials believe that the consignment of drugs in such a huge quantity came from Afghanistan to Dubai and then to India.
Giving information on Tuesday, officials said that the search operation of the team is still going on where the drugs have been recovered, so the quantity of heroin seized may increase. According to reports, the Punjab Police had informed the ATS about this.
Let us tell that there is a large-scale smuggling of drugs in India through the Mundra Port, which is considered close to PM Narendra Modi. Last year, the operation of the world’s largest drugs racket has been busted from this port only. Despite no action taken, as a result, the business of drugs continues.
On September 13 last year, 3 thousand kg of drugs worth Rs 21 thousand crore were seized from Mundra Port owned by businessman Gautam Adani. Drugs are being brought on paper as telecom powder. Even after one year, the information about who was behind this big racket has not been made public. After the seizure of drugs from Mundra port, it was learned that talcum powder was also ordered in June last year.
According to reports, in June also, the same company had ordered talcum powder, which was caught in September ordering drugs under the guise of talcum powder. But in June, instead of 3 thousand kg, 25 thousand kg talcum powder was ordered. But at that time this consignment could not be caught.
According to the rate of drugs, its cost will be more than 1 lakh 75 thousand crore rupees. And if they were drugs, which has all the potential, it would have been consumed in the Indian markets and millions of youth of India would have been thrown into the fire of drugs. This drug racket operated from BJP ruled Gujarat can prove to be very dangerous not only for the health of youth but also for national security.