AR recovers Rs 12 crores worth Brown Sugar

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, September 3, 2019: Assam Rifles recovered brown sugar worth approximately Rs 12.34 crores from Chelep and Moreh of Tengnoupol district on August 28 and 30 in two separate incidents.

On August 28, based on specific input regarding smuggling of drugs and contraband items, a unit of Assam Rifles laid an ambush on Laibi – Chelep road. On detecting move of two suspicious individuals, the team challenged them, a thorough check of the individual’s bag, 300 packets of suspected brown sugar weighing approximately 12 grams each, with a total weight of 3.6 Kg and costing approximately Rs 7.20 crores were recovered.

In another incident, Assam Rifles seized huge quantity of Brown Sugar near New KLP, Moreh. 198 soap cases containing Brown Sugar neatly packed inside the body of the vehicle were recovered from the possession of Lunkhungam Haokip, 38 years son of Hunkholun Haokip, resident of Kholep village, Motbung in Kangpokpi district. The seized contraband drug weighed approximately 1.7 Kg with packaging and amounted to approximately 5.14 crores. The individual along with the contraband drug was handed over to the concerned authority, said a statement released by the Assam Rifles on Monday.

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