Guwahati: Two persons were arrested in Nagaon with a consignment of suspected Yaba tablets worth Rs 5 crores on Saturday.

As per police, the persons were arrested at Rangagora under Samaguri Police station.

The police claimed that an operation was carried out “based on specific input”.

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The police had set up a checkpoint and during the checking of the vehicles, the police personnel intercepted a vehicle.

The police stated that during the checking of the specific vehicle, a consignment of around 1 lakh suspected Yaba tablets were found from two persons.

The police also found Rs 12000 in cash from the duo.

The two were immediately arrested based on the seized items.

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They were identified as Arish Khan and Sonis Khan, both residents of Imphal East in Manipur.

According to the police, the suspected tablets have a market value of Rs 5 crore.

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