Delhi Cop Running International Drugs Cartel 'Fled' Abroad, Non-Bailable Warrant Issued

A city court issued a non-bailable warrant against Naresh Kumar, a sub-inspector in Delhi's police crime branch who is accused of running an international drug racket from Delhi. While being absconding, he has filed various bail pleas. One of his please got rejected by the court but afterwards filed another bail petition. He has fled to abroad to evade arrest.
Representative Image: Police Searching For Sub-Inspector Accused Of Running Drug Cartel

Representative Image: Police Searching For Sub-Inspector Accused Of Running Drug Cartel

New Delhi: A city court has issued a non-bailable warrant against a sub-inspector in Delhi's Police Crime Branch, accused of allegedly running an international narcotics cartel from the national capital. The accused has been identified as Naresh Kumar who has been absconding for the past few months and is believed to have fled abroad. It is suspected that he fled to South Africa via Nepal and Syria.
A lookout circular has been issued against him. While being on the run, he has been filing bail applications. A crime branch officer said that his application was recently rejected by the court. However, he has filed a new bail plea. An intelligence officer informed that he is suspected of running his drug-related operations from abroad. He is also reportedly in touch with a few officers of the crime branch through encrypted chat applications and virtual private network. The developments in the case have alarmed the intelligence agencies and have increased their efforts to bring him back to India, a TOI report said.
The racket was busted in February this year. Police had raided a flat in Sunlight Colony after receiving a tip about drug-related activities being conducted there. One individual was arrested and produced in court where he revealed that the drugs belonged to a crime branch officer who was the leader of a drug cartel. It was alleged that Kumar had rented the flat for illegal actions, involving storing drugs acquired from Odisha and the northeast.
The accused showcased Kumar as the mastermind behind the cartel consisting contact details for the entire drug network. Upon listening these claims, the court ordered a detailed investigation. Further probe revealed that Kumar had flown to Odisha and northeast to procure drugs. He would leave his accomplices with the drugs after making deals and return to Delhi. Later, his associates would then bring the drugs to Delhi where they would be packaged for distribution, TOI report added.
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