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JAMMU/KATHUA: Police on Tuesday seized 9.9 gm heroin from two drug peddlers.As per details, based on specific inputs regarding drug peddling, a Naka was laid by SHO Police Station Bus-stand Insp Deepankar Singh assisted by PSI Adil Farooq at Entry Gate of Bus-stand Jammu where police rounded up a suspect namely Sunil Kumar, son of Vijay Kumar, resident of Near Shiv Mandir Sarwal, Jammu from an auto (JK02AK 7894). On search, 6 gm heroin was recovered from him. He was arrested and FIR No. 49/2021 under sections 8/21/22 of NDPS Act was registered against him at Police Station Bus-stand. The overall arrest and recovery was made under supervision of SDPO North Sharad Kalu.Meanwhile, a police team led by SHO Police Station Lakhanpur Insp Sumeet Sharma under the supervision of DySP DAR Kathua Sukhdev Singh during Naka checking duty apprehended a suspicious person and on frisking, recovered 5.30 gm Heroin like contraband from his possession, The accused, identified as Shiv Anand alias Shiv, son of Ashwani Kumar, resident of Ward No. 7 Lakhanpur Tehsil & District Kathua, was arrested and FIR No. 88/2021 under sections 8/21/22 of NDPS Act was registered against him at Police Station Lakhanpur.
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