The arrested two and the seized drugs were handed over to Porompat police station for further investigation, police said.
The arrested accused persons along with recovered items were handed over to officer in-charge of Moirang Police Station and a regular case has been registered at the police station for further investigation, said police.
The arrested person was identified as one Buyamayum Shahabuddin ,31, son of Buyamayum Kayamuddin of Hiyangthang Pallak.
The arrested persons have been identified as Dangshawa Kosam Tamrung, 34, of Laiching MInou, Machi sub-division, Chandel district and Md Salam, 37, of Sekmaijin Khunou Konuma, Hiyanglam, Thoubal district.
East Khasi Hills SP Sylvester Nongtnger said the Yaba tablets were trafficked from Myanmar to be smuggled across the border to Bangladesh.
The arrested person has been identified as one Khumallambam Dhiren Singh, 53, son of (Late) Kh Ningthemjao Singh of Nongpok Lourembam Awang Leikai, Thoubal district.
Forty-two plastic vials containing suspected heroin powder, seven SP tablets, two empty soap cases suspected to be used for packing heroin powder, 457 empty plastic vials and a cash amount of Rs 13,000 were seized, police said.
The drug peddlers were arrested along with 22 numbers of soap cases suspected to be heroin powder.
The peddler has been identified as Md Sahabuddin alias Abo, 50, son of Late Md Samsurjaman of Kwakta Bazar Pangal Lamkhai at present Lilong Bazar.
Two boxes with COVID-19 medicines to be transported to Myanmar through Moreh were seized by a team of NAB-Police Station and Singjamei Police Station at Canchipur area near Heijingang Super Market along NH-2.
The arrested persons along with the seized items were handed over to Irilbung police station for further necessary legal action.
The recovered items have been handed over to Customs Preventive Force, Moreh for further legal actions
Fifteen soap cases and one plastic packet containing suspected heroin No.4 powder were recovered.
Troops of Assam Rifles acting on specific intelligence reports had launched an operation near the Indo-Myanmar border
The arrested persons along with the seized items have been handed over to Kakching police station for further investigation.
The woman was arrested along with 62.8 gram of suspected brown sugar, 67 numbers of ANREX-CP cough syrup and 579 numbers of SP capsules.
The two cops have been suspended and departmental action is being initiated against them.
The Tengnoupal Battalion of 26 Sector Assam Rifles recovered 25 gunny bags of Organic Sarpagandha and 25 gunny bags of illegal items worth Rs 52.15 lakhs.
During a search, police recovered a total of 9,623 YABA tablets (Methamphetamine) weighing about 967.55 grams, from the possession of the alleged smuggler.
"Selling of tobacco items and other anti social elements should be strictly banned from in and around colleges, institutions and schools."
In view of increasing smuggling attempts BSF has intensified its vigil and operations on the Indo-Bangladesh Border to prevent the nefarious design of trans-border criminals.
378 grams of Brown Sugar and a sum of Rs 5,020 were seized
The convicts have been identified as one Sougaijam Robindro, 28, son of Ibotombi of Kakching district and his wife Lalrozami Duhlian, 27, daughter of Chalmawii Duhlian of Tengnoupal district.
The convicted couple was arrested by a combined team of Narcotic and Drug Affairs (NAB) and Tengnoupal police following the arrest of retired DSP of Manipur, Md Abdul Latif, in connection with the smuggling of large consignment of synthetic drugs on May, 6, 2018.
The seizure included a mini Tata Ashok Leyland truck.
The arrested persons along with the seizures have been handed over to Sugnu police station for further necessary action.
The Anti-Smuggling Unit, Customs Division, Imphal team detected 538.6 grams of heroin powder packed in 50 soap cases with assorted colors