In connection with the 34 kg of heroin that were found aboard a Pakistani fishing boat in the Arabian Sea off the coast of Gujarat in September of last year, Lawrence Bishnoi is being investigated.
In connection with an investigation into drug smuggling across international borders, Gujarat police on Wednesday seized Lawrence Bishnoi, an imprisoned gangster, from Punjab Police.
Inquiries on Lawrence Bishnoi’s potential involvement in the seizure of 34 kilos of heroin, worth approximately Rs 200 crore, from a Pakistani fishing boat in the Arabian Sea off the coast of Gujarat in September 2022 will be conducted.
In a cooperative operation by the Gujarat Police and the Indian Coast Guard, the drugs were found on the Pakistani boat “Al- Tayassa.” Six Pakistani nationals were detained in connection with the drug bust.
Later, one of the suspects said during interrogation that the drugs were being trafficked from Pakistan to India at the behest of infamous mobster Lawrence Bishnoi.
After that, Lawrence Bishnoi was detained for violating both the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS).
The apprehended bandit was taken into jail by the Gujarat Police on Wednesday. According to the police, Lawrence Bishnoi would be flown from Bathinda to Ahmedabad and then brought before an Ahmedabad court. Lawrence Bishnoi will continue to be detained in the case, according to the Gujarat Police.
The criminal record of Lawrence Bishnoi
Many cases have been filed against gangster Lawrence Bishnoi. Salman Khan, a Bollywood actor, has previously received death threats from Lawrence Bishnoi when he was incarcerated.
Sidhu Moose Wala was killed in an incident that was claimed by Lawrence Bishnoi last year in Punjab’s Mansa.
Sharpshooters, thieves, and suppliers make up Bishnoi’s gang, which also has members in Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi, and Himachal Pradesh. His criminal activities were carried out in India, Canada, Dubai, Austria, and Mexico, among other nations. The group commits crimes such as kidnapping, murder, and ransom demands.