Punjab police seize drugs; Ludhiana manufacturer booked

Chandigarh: After Amritsar-manufactured pain-killer drug, Tramadol, was found used by ISIS militants in Syria, another major drug haul has been made by the Punjab police.  The Special Task Force (STF) of Punjab Police against drugs on Tuesday seized about 10 lakh tramadol tablets from Bathinda. Tramadol is sold for Rs 5.50 per tablet, but when sold illegally it costs Rs 50 to Rs 60 per tablet, according to the police.According to information, a Ludhiana-based manufacturer described as a serial defaulter in category of illegal manufacturing of the tablets has been booked after the recovery of the tablets.

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