Mumbai Police will keep an eye on closed factories of narcotics

Thane (Maharashtra). After several cases of seizure of narcotics have come to light in Mumbai recently, Navi Mumbai Police Commissioner Bipin Kumar Singh has asked the officials to take action against the factories which are closed in the city. Keep an eye so that there is no build-up of intoxicants. During Wednesday’s meeting of the district-level committee on narcotics, Singh said that there are many containers in Uran and Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust in Navi Mumbai and they have prevented any movement of narcotics. To stop, the Coast Guard was asked to keep an eye on them.

Singh also directed the officials to check whether narcotics were being manufactured in chemical factories in industrial areas in Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation limits. He said that a large consignment of banned drug MD was recently seized in Mumbai and the authorities should investigate whether these drugs were being manufactured at the chemical and pharmacy units in Navi Mumbai. During the meeting, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Suresh Mengde said that out of the total 83 units in Navi Mumbai area, 20 have been inspected and others will be investigated in the next few months. (Language)

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