Jaipur: In one of the biggest seizures of narcotics,Rajasthan Police has recovered 95 kg of cocaine and 1272 kg crystal like narcotic substance worth Rs 100 crore in the international market from a house in Lily village of Malakheda region of Alwar district.

District Police informed the whole racket was being run through courier services. Recently, a packet containing drugs was dispatched to Greece.

Police informed that the packets of cocaine were sent to Delhi and Mumbai on a regular basis. Police has registered a case against Phool Singh, Vikram Singh, Khusiram Jat and 3 other women who were allegedly involved in the racket. However names of females have not been disclosed.

Keeping in mind the importance of the case, the investigation has been handed over to the Special Operation Group (SOG).

The narcotic substance was found in the 46 drums, which were seized by the police on June 29. The Narcotic Control Bureau and other agencies were later informed in this regard.

Alwar Assistant Superintendent of Police Preeti on a tip-off of an informer conducted the raid on June 29 at the house of one Gillu Jat and seized 46 drums. Police party had found 95 kg of white powder, suspected to be cocaine stored in four containers and 1280 kg white crystalline substance used in processing of narcotic drugs, was stored in 42 drums.

All the drums contained the label of a Hyderabad based company.

JPN/Bureau