Ahmedabad’s Jagannath Rathyatra closed, weapons were found this year as usual

Ahmedabad. Amid controversy over holding Lord Jagannathji’s rath yatra this year, illegal arms sales and smuggling are being exposed in the state. Gujarat ATS team has expedited the scam of supplying weapons on duplicate licenses. Police seized weapons worth around Rs 80 lakh.

The ATS team has arrested two persons from Ahmedabad while interrogating three, including two from Morbi. The ATS searched places including Kutch, Morbi, Amreli, Wankaner, Ahmedabad, Bhavnagar district and detained a total of 9 accused and seized more than 50 weapons including pistols and revolvers. Most of these weapons are foreign. Further interrogation of the accused has been conducted. The arms seized by the police cost around Rs 80 lakh. #policenews #ats #gujarat

Nine people have been arrested with as many as 54 weapons. Most weapons are automatic and foreign. Weapons have been seized from places including Ahmedabad and Amreli. Importantly, a racket of arms smuggling has been caught in Kutch after an investigation into an accused caught hunting peacocks.

The ATS’s ACP said in a statement that a large number of weapons had been seized. In which, he said, weapons have been recovered from Mushtaq Bloch of Wankaner. ISKCON was to come to a crossroads. Came up against the racket during interrogation. So far 54 foreign weapons have been found. Muddamal worth Rs 80 lakh has been seized. The operation was carried out at 35 places including Wankaner, Chotila, Jamnagar, Amreli. A rifle was also seized from Kutch. The investigation has revealed that the weapons were brought from Madhya Pradesh to kill Sultan and Sameer Sajju Gotiwala. That is, the crime branch has thwarted the gangwar before the rathyatra.