Drug-selling
Pakistan

Drug-selling gang of three busted by Karachi police

KARACHI (Monitoring desk): Drug-selling gang consisting of two men and a woman has been caught by the police. The peddlers sell drugs to various houses in posh metropolitan areas as well as educational institutes.

Drug-selling gang was stopped at a police check post carrying out routine checking, SHO Aurangzeb Khattak told. Upon searching their car ice and hashish wrapped in packets were recovered by the police.

The drugs were peddled to different locations of Clifton and Defence areas, police said.

Police have filed an FIR against the three Drug-sellers namely Saad Rafique, Usman Shakil and Mehwish alias Sonia.

As per the police preliminary investigation uncovered that Mehwish had access to numerous schools and universities of posh areas, where she would stopover on various pretexts to sell drugs undercover to students.

Drug-selling gang also supplied drugs such as crystal, hashish and heroin, etc. to clients housed in posh areas, the police revealed.

To avoid being hindered by police check-posts, Mehwish would sit in the passenger seat next to Usman Shakil who drove the car, the two pretending to be a couple.

The accused will be presented before court tomorrow, said the police further alluding that raids for catching their accomplices are being carried out.

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