Assam Police arrests AAP activist from Punjab, accused of smuggling 850 kg of ganja – Wbseries Media

Accused of smuggling 850 kg ganja:- Jaswinder Singh Babbu was arrested by the Assam Police in a case of smuggling ganja.

Jaswinder Singh alias Babu was earlier a Congress Party worker and this time joined AAP in the assembly elections. Jaswinder, a government minister at present, is said to be very close to Punjab.

In Punjab, senior activist common man Jaswinder Singh alias Babu Garib was arrested by the Assam Police in a drug smuggling case. He has been accused of smuggling 850 kg of ganja. Jaswinder Babu has been arrested and produced in Assam Jail.

According to that information, on July 7, 2022, Gosaigon Police, Assam laid siege to Kokrajhar District Police Station. During this blockade, a truck was stopped at the Srirampura inspection post. During the search, 850 kg of cannabis was found in a truck.

The respondents are Rahmatullah Khan and Ramesh Kumar, residents of Karbi Anglong, Rajasthan. According to Police Inspector Kokrajhar Prateek Thub, around 850 kg of ganja was recovered from a truck during the naka check at SRIR Middle.

The truck was reportedly leaving Karbi Anglong from Hajipur. While trying to escape from the spot, the police shot the accused. The respondent was undergoing treatment at Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed Medical College and a hospital in Barpet after he was shot in the leg.

The price of ganja is estimated to be more than 85 lakh rupees. Subsequently, during police interrogation, the names of Raja Singh Batala, resident of Sultanwind Road, Amritsar, and Jaswinder Singh Babbu came up. Now Assam Police has arrested Jaswinder Singh Bablu.

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Jaswinder Singh alias Babu was earlier a Congress Party worker and this time joined AAP in the assembly elections. Jaswinder, a government minister at present, is said to be very close to Punjab.

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