The maximum drug smuggling in Haryana is done through trains. The Railway Police have decided, and the trains entering Haryana from Delhi will be investigated. Recently, this step was taken after the news of heroin worth three crores being found in Jamnagar-Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra superfast. For this, the Railway Police has prepared two anti-nuisance and anti-poisoning teams. Who will monitor the train from Delhi to Haryana? This team will keep watch on the train in simple clothes.
Smuggling is done through trains.
Giving information, Railway Superintendent of Police Sangeeta Kalia said that most drugs are brought through trains in Haryana. To stop this, the Railway Police has formed two new teams. To crack down on drug smugglers. Both these teams will work closely with the CIA and GRP so that the smugglers do not face any problem catching them. These teams will be known as anti-nuisance and anti-poisoning teams.
Reiki will be done from Panipat.
According to the information, the trains in which such cases have happened earlier. A file of all of them is being prepared. For which the Railway Police will investigate all the trains stopping in Haryana. Railway police will be deployed in plain uniform to catch the smugglers. Those who keep an eye on mischievous and criminal elements will easily catch drug smugglers.
Team member with weapons posted on the train
Giving information, the railway official said that the number of security teams would be increased. Earlier, teams were sent in trains in teams of two each. Whose number has been increased from 5 to 6? This will make it easier to catch the smugglers.
Police will take the help of the Narcotics team.
Railway Police will also take the help of the Narcotics team to prevent the spread of drugs in Haryana. Apart from this, the network of informers will also be increased. The pantry staff and others running on the train will be made associates who will inform the team posted on the train as soon as there is a doubt so that the accused can be nabbed along with the intoxicants.