While the drug cartel has been setting the political and police fraternities in the Telugu states ablaze, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT)’s recent president conference triggered new concerns. Seeking an NCB investigation on Amazon sales, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) in the press conference accused the e-commerce gains of selling marijuana in Madhya Pradesh.
MP Police on Sunday arrested two men at a roadside eatery in Bhind district with 20 kg of marijuana. During interrogation, the duo is believed to have told the police that they used Amazon to smuggle marijuana from Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh.
According to investigators, the mastermind of the racket smuggled marijuana through curry leaves into Bhind (MP), Agra (UP), Delhi, Gwalior (MP) and Kota (Rajasthan). Several local Amazon Inc executives were summoned by MP Police in connection with the case, according to a report. Amazon’s spokesperson said the company is investigating whether the seller in question is in compliance.
The MP Police reportedly have summoned local executives of Amazon Inc in connection with the case. Meanwhile, a spokesperson for Amazon said that the company is investigating whether there was any non-compliance by the seller in question.