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50,000 ‘World is Yours’ Psychotropic Tablets recovered in Guwahati

The Guwahati police recovered 50,000 tablets of the ‘World is Yours’ drug.  Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma who has taken up the cudgels since the beginning of his tenure lauded

The Guwahati police recovered 50,000 tablets of the ‘World is Yours’ drug.  Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma who has taken up the cudgels since the beginning of his tenure lauded the recent success of Assam Police in its #WarAgainstDrugs.

In a tweet, Sarma said, “AssamAgainstDrugs. Another major drug haul by Assam police. The timely interception by GuwahatiPol has led to the successful recovery of 50,000 ‘World is Yours’ tablets. We shall not allow our youth to get trapped by the drugs menace.” 

The last few days Guwahati police have intensified their operations against psychotropic and narcotic drugs. Recently they had intercepted drugs coming into the city from Manipur.

           

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First Published: 24th November, 2021 14:38 IST

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