Opium smugglers pose as cops, nabbed by CID


The Crime Branch team of the Police Headquarters in Jaipur apprehended three criminals riding in a Swift car in the Karadani police station area of Jaipur.
It recovered 1.64 kg of high-quality opium from them. The international market value of the seized opium is approximately 8 lakh rupees. The arrested accused, who posed as fake policemen, also engaged in illegal extortion activities by threatening people. Additional Director General of Police (CID), Dinesh M.N., stated that as part of the ongoing campaign to crack down on illegal narcotics, a team from the State Crime Branch conducted an operation on Thursday in the Karadani police station area. During the operation, the team detained Subhash Jaat, a resident of Daatarangarh in Sikar district, Jaypal Seppat, alias JP, and Babulal, residents of Renawal in Jaipur district.
ADG M.N. mentioned that the Crime Branch received information from an informant that some young men in the Karadani area pose as policemen, threaten people, and commit robberies. They have formed a gang. ADG M.N. explained that the team, with the support of SHO Karadani, detained the suspects in the car. When questioned, the three youths initially provided different names but later revealed their identities as Subhash Jaat, Jaypal Seppat, and Babulal. A search of the car led to the discovery of 1.64 kg of opium hidden in the dashboard.