West Bengal: Smugglers were trying to send cough syrup to Bangladesh via Bengal, 2 arrested with 300 Phensedyl

Asansol, Ram Kumar : West Bengal Asansol Railway Station Asansol GRP has arrested two persons traveling in the general compartment of Jammu Tawi Express which reached the platform on the basis of a secret information. About 300 pieces of banned Phensedyl cough syrup in two black colored bags have been seized from the accused. Whose price is said to be Rs 61,000 thousand. According to information received from sources, the price of these banned cough syrups made in India in Bangladesh ranges from Rs 1000 to Rs 2000, this is the reason why the demand for this banned cough syrup has increased to such an extent that its smuggling is also taking place on a large scale. It is engaged.

2 arrested with 300 Phensedyl

To carry out such smuggling, Mohammad Mizarul and Nasrul Sheikh had left for Murshidabad by Jammu Tawi Express from Paharpur in Bihar with such a huge consignment of banned cough syrup, from where they had to send this consignment of cough syrup to Bangladesh, but their plan was foiled. But things went wrong when Asansol GRP got information about it. After which, on the basis of secret information, GRP conducted a raid and arrested the banned cuff serf along with smugglers. At present, GRP is trying to investigate the entire network of smugglers. GRP has started action regarding this matter. Cough syrup cases keep coming to the fore on which the police is also busy taking action.

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