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Demonetisation led to check on narcotics trade: MoS Home

MoS for Home Hansraj Ahir said, 'peace has returned in Kashmir while many Naxal supporters and their families have surrendered to police in Odisha'

Press Trust of India  |  Hyderabad 

The demonetisation drive has led to controlling of narcotics trade and funding for terrorists and Maoists, Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir said today. "Black money used to have a major adverse impact on society. Narcotics trade is very big and its marketing takes place from Afghanistan and through other ports and the whole trade happens in black money. "That narcotics trade, which destroys the youth of the world and the country, had a big impact. The money there (narcotics trade) would go to terrorists and Maoists. We have proof. Now there is a stop on all ...

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First Published: Mon, November 28 2016. 09:06 IST
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