By Express News ServiceBENGALURU: A drug trafficking syndicate operating between India and Qatar has been busted by the Bangalore unit of the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), following the seizure of narcotic drugs from bags of four individuals at the departure area of the Kempe Gowda International Airport.
Two of them were sent to the custody of the NCB on Monday, while the other two were sent to judicial custody.
According to an official release, NCB officials intercepted a Maruti swift car on June 15 following a tip-off.
Two of those arrested, Abu Thahir, (23) and Mohammed Afzal, (25), are major operators in the drug trafficking syndicate between the two countries, the release added.
2.85 kg of Hashish Oil, 13.68 kg Hashish, 330 grams Methamphetamine, 9.05 kg Ganja and 4014 Lyrica capsules were seized.
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