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NCB seizes 400g MDMA worth Rs 10 lakh in Mumbai

A man and a woman have been detained in connection with the seizure, but another suspect escaped.

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Mumbai: One person was held allegedly with 400 grams of MDMA, a psychoactive drug, worth Rs 10 lakh in the illicit market, a Narcotics Control Bureau official said on Sunday.

The man was held from Guru Nanak road in Bandra (West) on Saturday night, and based on his interrogation, a raid was carried out at a hotel in Bhayander in neighbouring Thane district, he said.

“The man, identified as Chanda Shaikh (27), was held with 400 grams of MDMA worth Rs 10 lakh. A woman detained claims to be an actor. One suspect managed to flee during the raid on the hotel and efforts are on to nab him,” he added.

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