WAR ON DRUGS | Authorities freeze 7 bank accounts of narcotics smuggler, his family in Bandipora

Srinagar, Nov 8: Police on Wednesday froze seven bank accounts of a narcotics smuggler and his family in north Kashmir’s Bandipora district.
A Police spokesman said that in Bandipora it received a confirmation order for freezing seven bank accounts of a narcotics smuggler and his family from the competent authority.
He said that a confirmation order for the freezing of seven bank accounts having savings of Rs 9,60,759 belonging to a narcotics smuggler Khursheed Ahmad Waza, son of Ghulam Ahmad Waza of Bagh Bandipora and his family was received from the Competent Authority and Administrator, SAFEM (New Delhi).
The Police spokesman said that all these liquid assets were acquired by the accused through the sale of illegal narcotic substances.
He said that people were requested to cooperate with the Police in curbing the menace of drugs from the society.
“We reassure the community members that Police will act tough against the criminals as per the law,” the Police spokesman said.


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