Tribune News Service
Amritsar, June 12
Following investigation into the seizure of 4,500 sedative pills from Shubham Kumar, a resident of Katra Bhai Sant Singh, the Amritsar (rural) police have confiscated 1.38 lakh intoxicating tablets from a medical store situated in Pashchim Vihar in Delhi.
Amritsar (rural) Senior Superintendent of Police Dhurv Dahiya said the police party headed by Inspector Mohit Kumar recovered more than 1.38 lakh of intoxicants from the medical store, besides 2,640 syrups.
No arrest has been made in connection with the seizure. The police had arrested Shubham on May 29 from Ajnala.
He could not produce any documents regarding sale or purchase of 4,500 intoxicating tablets seized from him.
The probe into the backward links in the case took the police to Delhi-based firm M/s Shiva Traders, said the police.
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