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AKHNOOR: Police on Thursday nabbed two youth and recovered 2,290 intoxicating tablets from their possession.As per details, Akhnoor Police during Naka checking at Old Bridge signaled a Scooty (JK02CE 8339) coming from Jammu towards Akhnoor. However, instead of stopping, the driver accelerated the scooty and tried to escape but the police party nabbed them. During enquiry, rider of scooty disclosed his identity as Anmol Bhat, son of Hirday Nath Bhat, resident of House No. 43, A2 Laxmipuram, Chinore while pillion-rider was identified as Naresh Kumar, son of Shail Singh, resident of Kot Maira Khour. During search, a green coloured polythene was recovered from possession of Anmol Bhat, containing 1,500 Tramadol tablets. Further, a white polythene was recovered from possession of Naresh Kumar containing 150 Tramadol tablets, 418 SPASMONIL tablets, 197 Pregazan-M Pregablin tablets and 25 Alpax-0.5. Moreover, both of them failed to justify reasons for keeping such capsules/ tablets in their possession. On further enquiry, the accused told that they used to sell these capsule/ tablets among youngsters and have purchased the same from one Mohit Medicos at Bari Brahmana. The accused were arrested and a case vide FIR No 30/2021 under Sections 8, 20, 21, 22 & 29 of NDPS Act was registered against them at Police Station Akhnoor. The recovery was made by a team from Police Station Akhnoor under supervision of SHO Ravi Parihar and SDPO Varun Jandial.
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