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Ganja recovered from Nagaland Police’s Vehicle in Deopani

Now a days it is a welknown fact how various types of smuggling activities are going on in the North-eastern states. Dimapur in particular become the hub of such anti-social activities from where the smuggle goods are sent to various places of India. The active involvement of Nagalnd Police has been proved when last night a patrolling team of Assam Police led by the In-charge of Shantipur Police Outpost under Karbi Anglong District stopped two vehicles under suspicion at Rangagara Jeng Gaon near Deopani on NH-39, of which one is a Maruti Gypsy bearing Registration No. AS-01/AD-6434 and the other one is 709 truck with a logo of Nagaland Police bearing Registration No. NL-11/1139 The police raided the vehicles and recovered 25 Quintals 800 Grams of Ganja from the vehicles. The Vehicles were coming from Senapati district in Manipur to Guawahti. The Police arrested eight persons including two constables of Nagaland Police. The arrested persons were Peter Pumey (Constable), Mugahu Sumi (Constable), Liwa Pumey, Jacob Reng Angami, R.R. John Dahi Umey, Dahami and Chipu Regheymai.
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