About 3000 kilograms of illegal narcotics recovered at Gujarat’s Mundra Port Trust would have been sold in India to earn profit first, then that money would have been sent abroad through hawala and used in anti-India activities. This disclosure has been made by the National Investigation Agency during its investigation in this case. The NIA today presented the charge sheet against a total of 16 people, including Afghan nationals, before a special court in Gujarat. Out of these 10 accused have been arrested, while six accused are said to be absconding. Of these, 2 Afghans have been linked to a terrorist organization in Pakistan.
According to the National Investigation Agency, Indian citizens Rajkumar Perumal Sudhakar and his associate Mohammad Hussain in this case. Together with Dad and Mohammad Hassan Dad, conspired to bring large-scale consignments of narcotics to India. It is alleged that these people had brought two small consignments to India even before this and these drugs were also hidden in Delhi and Punjab. In this case, the Punjab Police as well as the DRI had recovered narcotics in their action and filed separate FIRs. The motive of these people was to make profit by selling these narcotics in different places of India.
NIA claims that both Mohammad Hussain Dad and Mohammad Hassan Dad are real brothers and their links have also been reported with a notorious terrorist organization in Pakistan. It is also alleged that after the sale of this cache of narcotics, the money received from it was to go abroad through hawala. From where it was to be used in anti-India activities. Keep in mind that after the recovery of this illegal cache, the opposition had made allegations and counter allegations in this matter and the Mundra Port Trust also had to give its explanation in this matter. The investigation of the matter is on.