Delhi cops goof up, it wasn't amphetamine.
science lab has raised serious questions on quality of investigation of Delhi Police crime branch. In a major embarrassment for Crime Branch, a forensic science laboratory ( FSL) has given a contradictory report denying the claims of Delhi Police that drugs recovered by them from students of Jagan Institute of Management Studies ( JIMS) branch was amphetamine.
According to sources, FSL report has said that it is not Amphetamine.
On the basis of FSL report, court has granted bail to these students.
In the month of May, Delhi Police arrested three students of Jagan Institute of Management Studies for drug trafficking and allegedly recovered drugs.
This incident has raised questions on quality of investigation as a DCP level officer was involved in the operation. For self praising, Delhi Police also sent a press release claiming that a ' special team' was made under the supervision of a team led by DCP Dinesh Kumar Gupta along with ACP and other officials to nab the accused.
According to sources, the crime branch got FSL report claiming that the alleged drug recovered from youths was not Amphetamine as claimed by Delhi FSL report says the recovered Police from students not amphetamine
Police. On the basis of this report all three youths have got bail also. " FSL report has denied that the sample given by Delhi police is Amphetamine. Now, we are planning to take another opinion of another FSL lab and will send sample for that," a senior police officer said. On the other side, when M AIL T ODAY contacted special CP crime Taj Hassan, he said that investigation will be done on merit.
On May 30 Joint Commissioner Crime Branch Ravindra Yadav claimed by issuing a press release that a tip- off was received on May 27 that two persons namely Shubham and Prabhat, both residents of Rohini would come near Japanese Park, Rohini in a Swift Dzire car to deliver psychotropic substance called amphetamine. After receiving this information, team led by DCP Dinesh Kumar Gupta was formed who nabbed Shubham and Prabhat near Japanese Park.
Yadav also claimed that 80 gm of amphetamine was recovered from their possession. On sustained interrogation, they revealed that the said drug was supplied to them by one Tapan Mudgal who was also arrested by the team.
Delhi Police crime branch claimed that they were running a drug racket.
According to the police, recovered drug amphetamine stimulates the central nervous system ( nerves and brains) by increasing the amount of certain chemicals in the body. Amphetamine is habit forming. One can become physically and psychologically dependent on this medication.
report the drugs recovered by Delhi from three students in May is amphetamine
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