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5 held with cough syrup in Cachar

By Correspondent

SILCHAR, Nov 17 - Cachar Police arrested five persons involved in the illegal trade of cough syrup from the Silcoorie area on the outskirts of Silchar today. Over 2,500 bottles of cough syrup, Ascof, and 1 kg of ganja were recovered from their possession.

Police also recovered a Toyota Innova car (AS 11 L 1010) and a Scorpio (AS 01 BX 5870) vehicle from them.

The arrested include Ranjan Das (39) of RK Nagar in Karimganj, Ranjit Singh Chetri (26) of Chengkuri in Silchar, Sankar Roy (28) of Meherpur, Chandan Das (27) of Salganga and Ranjit Das of Sonbeel Kalibari area in Karimganj district.

Cachar SP Rakesh Roushan told reporters at the Silchar Sadar Police station that on the basis of specific inputs, the police raided the spot and found the substances from the two cars used by the smugglers.

From initial investigation, it is suspected that the smugglers were engaged in transporting the goods to Bangladesh. There is a big racket behind this and the police is probing the case with priority, the SP said.

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5 held with cough syrup in Cachar

SILCHAR, Nov 17 - Cachar Police arrested five persons involved in the illegal trade of cough syrup from the Silcoorie area on the outskirts of Silchar today. Over 2,500 bottles of cough syrup, Ascof, and 1 kg of ganja were recovered from their possession.

Police also recovered a Toyota Innova car (AS 11 L 1010) and a Scorpio (AS 01 BX 5870) vehicle from them.

The arrested include Ranjan Das (39) of RK Nagar in Karimganj, Ranjit Singh Chetri (26) of Chengkuri in Silchar, Sankar Roy (28) of Meherpur, Chandan Das (27) of Salganga and Ranjit Das of Sonbeel Kalibari area in Karimganj district.

Cachar SP Rakesh Roushan told reporters at the Silchar Sadar Police station that on the basis of specific inputs, the police raided the spot and found the substances from the two cars used by the smugglers.

From initial investigation, it is suspected that the smugglers were engaged in transporting the goods to Bangladesh. There is a big racket behind this and the police is probing the case with priority, the SP said.