Ludhiana NRI held in Mumbai for drug racket

Ludhiana NRI held in Mumbai for drug racketASHOK KAURA
PHAGWARA, Punjab: Jimmy Sandhu, an NRI who hails from Ludhiana, who was arrested from a private hospital in Panipat by a team of the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence on June 14, is a key player of an international drug racket busted recently by the DRI, Mumbai zone.
Satya Prakash, Senior Intelligence Officer, DRI, Mumbai zone, said that they had arrested 11 members of the gang, including Arshinder Singh Sodhi of Jalandhar and Jimmy Sandhu of Ludhiana along with three foreigners — Jonn Athon and Barry Zone Ricken of the UK and Nguvien Manh Cung of Vietnam.
Sodhi was arrested from Mumbai where he had been supplying drugs in rave parties. Jimmy was deported to India from Canada in 2015, following his involvement in street fights and house break-ins, he said, adding that he was nabbed from Panipat.
Satya Prakash said: “Jimmy is a key player of international drug syndicate and owned a factory in Goa where party drug ketamine was manufactured.” The officer said the accused had been processing around 20 kg ketamine (valued at Rs 25 lakh per kg) in five days in the factory.

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