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Illegal drugs seized in Mohnyin, Waingmaw, Nawnghkio, Palaw townships

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Seized drugs and motorbike.

A combined team consisting of members of the Anti-illegal Drug Police Force seized stimulant tablets while conducting inspections at checkpoints in Mohnyin, Waingmaw, Nawnghkio, and Palaw townships on 6 and 7 March.
At around 10 am on 7 March, a combined team inspected a man driving a motorcycle at Nantseeaung combined checkpoint on the Shwebo-Myitkyina Road, Myaingthaya village in Mohnyin Township. The man drove away while he was asked to stop for inspection, abandoned the vehicle, and fled near Mawhan village. The police confiscated 28,500 stimulant tablets from the bag near the motorcycle.
On 7 March, police inspected the motorcycle driven by Ma Sunt Eain at the 13 KM combined checkpoint near Warshaung village in Waingmaw Township and seized 7,200 stimulant tablets. On the same day, 12,000 stimulant tablets were seized from the motorcycle driven by Arkar at milepost No. (80/4) on the Mandalay-Lashio Road, Nawnghkio Township.
On 6 March, 47 stimulant tablets were seized from the motorcycle driven by Tun Aye (a) Sayawun and accompanied by Ye Naing Oo (a) Awli near Shatpone village in Palaw Township. According to the investigation, police searched the house of Ye Naing Oo (a) Awli and seized 10,000 more stimulant tablets. The investigation also led to the house of Wai Than, who lived in Shatpone village, where 5,400 stimulant tablets were confiscated.
It is reported that action is taken against the arrested suspects under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Law, according to the MPF. — MNA

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