Mizoram Police rewards Indigo Staffer for helping in seizure of drugs, arm

Aizawl: Mizoram Police has commended the exemplary efforts of an Indigo staffer who helped in the seizure of a substantial quantity of Crystal Meth worth over 25 crore rupee from Myanmar Nationals and the detection of live .22 ammunition from a man from Churachandpur, Manipur.

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In recognition of her outstanding dedication and service, HT Vanlalruati, Executive Security at Indigo Airlines at Lengpui airport who has been posted at the airport since 2020, was awarded a letter of appreciation and a cash reward of Rs. 5000 from Mizoram DGP Anil Shukla, IPS on Thursday morning in the presence of other senior police officers of Mizoram Police.

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Press note from Mizoram Police media cell dated November 23 says, “We are pleased to recognize her diligent and vigilant actions, which have contributed significantly to maintaining security and upholding the law.
On 3rd October 2023, at 09:20 AM, Ms. HT Vanlalruati detected 10 packets of suspected Methamphetamine (Crystal Meth) weighing 10.200 kilograms with an estimated value of over Rs. 25,495,000 during the screening of check-in baggage at the Indigo screening point at Lengpui Airport. The contraband was found in two blue suitcases belonging to a passenger, Mrs. Lalremthangi (38) and Mrs.Tinchuaii of Letpanchhawng, Myanmar while traveling on Indigo flight to New Delhi. Subsequently, a case was registered under Special Narcotic P.S case No. 48/2023 Dt 03.10.2023 u/s 22(c) ND&PS Act 1985 / RW 14 A Foreigner Act 1946.
Furthermore, on October 9th, 2023, at 01:00 PM, she detected one live .22 ammunition in the check-in baggage of a passenger, Mr. William (35) of Churachandpur, Manipur, traveling on Indigo flight to Guwahati. It is noteworthy that Mr. William did not possess a valid license to carry ammunition. The culprit and the detected article were handed over to Sairang Police, leading to the registration of Sairang P.S case No.46/2023 Dt 09.10.23 u/s 25(1-B) (a) Arms Act”.

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