The Special Cell had information that Gurvir Singh would come near Mukarba Chowk on the outer Ring Road with a ‘consignment’. Accordingly, a trap was laid and Ludhiana resident Gurvir was nabbed while he was in his car
The Hush Post: Delhi Police have arrested one Gurvir Singh, a Ludhiana resident, with 1 kg of heroin. The market value of the heroin seized is estimated at Rs. Four crore. 27-year-old Gurvir Singh is suspected to be a member of an international drug cartel.
The Special Cell of the Delhi Police had information that Gurvir Singh would come near Mukarba Chowk on the outer Ring Road with a ‘consignment’. Accordingly, a trap was laid and Gurvir was nabbed while he was in his car.
During interrogation, Gurvir revealed the details of his associates, including the source of supply. Police say that he used to get the supply of heroin from persons of Nigerian origin residing in Uttam Nagar. He also disclosed that the heroin was procured from Afghanistan and Pakistan.
P S Kushwah, deputy commissioner of police (Special Cell), said that the couriers from Afghanistan and Pakistan used to bring heroin in their stomach by inhaling capsules of heroin. The heroin was then handed over to these persons of African origin in Delhi, which was being further supplied to drug dealers in Delhi, UP, Punjab and Haryana, he said.
The Special Cell was working on obtaining information about an international narcotic drug cartel that has been active in Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Punjab, and Haryana, etc.
After passing 12th grade, Singh had gone to London, where he worked at a toy shop for two years. On returning back, he he came in contact with one Yaduvinder Singh, who is a drugs supplier of Ropar, Punjab.