3 arrested in Rangpur with 1 kg 500 grams of cannabis and 40 pieces of yaba recovered

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Update :: Tuesday, October 19, 2021

The Detective Branch (DB) of Rangpur Metropolitan Police arrested three drug dealers on charges of being involved in the operation, including the recovery of 1 kg, 500 grams of dried cannabis and 40 pieces of yaba tablets.
On the basis of secret information, under the direction and overall supervision of the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DB) Kazi Muttaqi Ibn Minan, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (DB) Sajjad Hossain’s operation plan on 18/10/2021 AD. .During the night, 3 anti-drug operations were conducted in the Tajhat Thana area of ​​Rangpur metropolis and 1 kg, 500 grams of dried cannabis and 40 pieces of yaba tablets were recovered and 3 people were arrested.

.In the 1st operation, the accused Md. Afzal Hossain (55), father-deceased Abdul Jabbar, mother-deceased Abdul Jabbar, mother-deceased Achma Khatun, Sang-Binodpur, ward no. 15, Thana- Tajhat, .He was arrested from Rangpur metropolice, Rangpur in his backyard with 500 (five hundred) grams of dried cannabis recovered from his custody.
.In the 2nd operation, led by Inspector of Police Mr. Mostafizur Rahman, SI Nazmul Islam and his fellow officers and forces along the paved road leading to Lalbagh from the turn of the park in front of Gate No. 4 of Begum Rokeya University under Tajhat Police Station in Rangpur Metropolitan Area Accused Mohammad Abtabuzzaman Dadul (44), father AH Rahman, mother Rabeya Begum, Sang-Uttar Baraipara, Ward No-5, Hatibandha Police Station, District Lalmonirhat were arrested along with 1 kg of dried cannabis. .
.In the 3rd operation led by Inspector of Police Mr. Saleh Ahmed Pathan along with SI Golam Morshed and the

accompanying officer and force, the accused Md. Liton Mia (30), father-in-law .He was arrested with 40 pieces of Yaba tablets from inside his house in Para, Thana-Tajhat, Rangpur Mahanagar, Rangpur.
.According to the police, three separate cases have been filed under the Narcotics Control Act-2018 against the accused arrested in the three raids. .
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