Guwahati city police busted an interstate drug ring on Sunday and recovered one lakh Yaba tablets worth Rs 20 crore.
The police also arrested two drug traffickers including a Manipur police employee.
Based on intelligence information, a Guwahati City Police team led by Partha Police Co-Commissioner Sarathi Mahanta launched an operation in the Basistha area of Guwahati City and intercepted a car from Manipur.
During the search, the police team recovered 1 lakh Yaba tablets from the car.
Guwahati Police Co-Commissioner Partha Sarathi Mahanta said the car came from Manipur.
“We recovered 1 lakh of Yaba tablets from the car and arrested two people including a Manipur Police employee. conducted the operation based on our information,” Partha Sarathi Mahanta said.
Those arrested were identified as Letmin Singh Haokip and Thaukhuging Haokip. Both from Manipur.
The police official further said that the market value of the seized Yaba tablets is estimated to be around Rs 20 crore.
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