2 Nigerians Arrested for Drug in Delhi
The Narcotics authority in Indian has arrested two Nigerian nationals named Ifeanyi Charles Okuaka and Emmanuel Enuma Dike. The duo were arrested by the Guwahati Police in India, and their international drug trafficking network was busted.
Police also seized 20 grams of cocaine, some incriminating documents from the accused possession. The estimated value of the cocaine is Rs 2 lakh (N1,108,876.58)
The arrest was made under a special operation against drugs led by the Joint Commissioner of Police (JCP) Partha Sarathi Mahanta.
According to a report published in the Sentinel, the two accused were arrested from Dibrugarh-bound Rajdhani Express at the Guwahati Railway Station on Monday, February 14.
Reports suggest that the two Nigerians did not have valid visas and only had Aadhaar and PAN cards registered at an address in Delhi.
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