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34-year-old gets 20-year jail term for selling opium


AMBALA: The court docket of classes judge Vikram Agarwal has awarded 20 years of rigorous imprisonment to a 34-year-old man, Sukhdev Singh, for promoting opium. The convict has additionally been slapped with Rs 2 lakh tremendous below Sections 18 and 31 of the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act. The court docket mentioned that the jail term of the convict would build up for two more years if he fails to pay the tremendous.


On December 28, 2015, a police staff led by means of sub-inspector (SI) Ramesh Kumar, who was then posted in Panchkula crime branch department, was provide near Novelty Chowk in Ambala City along with different police officers. Following a tip-off, the law enforcement officials arrested Sukhdev alias Titu, a resident Ashok Vihar, Ambala City. He was waiting to for his customer to promote contraband.


A notice was given to the assistant commissioner of police (crime), and a staff was constituted to habits a raid at his area. After seeing a police birthday celebration, the accused managed to escape. SI Ramesh Kumar began chasing the accused. Meanwhile, deputy superintendent of police (DSP) was asked to achieve the convict's area for inspection.


During his raid, Pramod found 26 kilograms of opium from the bathroom of the home. The law enforcement officials had then sealed two samples of 50 grams each and every and seized the remainder.


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