New Delhi: The northeast militant outfits have shifted their focus to Delhi, which has now become the market for International drug mafia. The outfits are illegally trafficking banned drugs to China, Myanmar and other nations. And the money received from transactions is then used for anti-national activities.

Surprisingly, the groups are trafficking drugs through aerial route and then sending it to the neighboring nations via roads. Delhi Police Special Cell has recovered 200 kg of Afedrin, a banned drug, from a Manipuri boy who was arrested for drug trafficking. Police informed that the value of the drug is more than Rs 2 crore in international market.

According to Deputy Commissioner of special cell Arun Kampani, information was received that a huge amount of Afedrin drug was transported from Delhi to Myanmar and China via Manipur. According to sources, Robindro Singh and his cousin Napoleon Singh, residents of Bishanpur, would be coming to Delhi to receive the consignment. On March 31, police arrested Napolean from the old Gurgaon road possessing 200 Kg Afedrin which was packed in cardboard boxes.

During interrogation, Napolean said that he joined this business due to his cousin Aurobindo, who is an active member of the Manipur based terrorist outfit. The accused further said that he and Robindro came to Delhi on March 23. Explaining the modus oprendi, he said that they used to pack drugs in cardboard boxes and sent it to Myanmar and China via road. He confessed that earlier also 260Kg and 160 Kg of Afedrin drug were trafficked in similar way.

JPN/ Bureau