Lotha youth arrested by NCB in connection with SSR case: Mumbai

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) on September 18 arrested drug peddlers in Mumbai continuing its crackdown on the so called drugs trade in connection to Sushant Singh Rajputh death from narcotics angle.

Ankush Arneja arrest opened up information and connections leading to NCB raid of Rahil Rafat Vishra alias Sam, 42, who had supplied charas to Arneja. 928 grams charas and 436,000 cash was recovered from his home, as per statement given by NCB official.

Following Rahil Rafat Vishra arrest, drug peddler Rohan Talwar 29 year old, Nogthoung Lotha 30 year old from whom 370 grams of ganja was recovered, said the NCB. Talwar was in possession of 10 grams of ganja. Nogthoung Lotha associate Vishal Salve, 25 year old was also arrested. NCB seized 50 grams ganja from him.

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