Farooq Mohammad (45), a resident of Indira Gandhi Camp, Taimoor Nagar, was arrested Saturday night, they said, adding that his mother was also a drug supplier.
He was involved in drug peddling in New Friends Colony, Taimoor Nagar, Khirjrabad village and neighbouring areas of Delhi.
On Saturday, a police team laid a trap near Khadda Colony, Madanpur Khadar, Jaitpur and spotted the suspect who was coming from Faridabad side and was going towards Jaitpur.
Farooq tried to flee the spot but the team apprehended him, Chinmoy Biswal, Deputy Commissioner of Police (South East) said.
During interrogation, the arrested accused revealed that he lives in Taimoor Nagar since his childhood. His mother also used to peddle drugs and he also got involved in the same in his early 20s.
Farooq's mother used to support him in narcotics peddling, the DCP added.
He used to purchase Heroin at Rs 12 lakh per kilogram from drug suppliers of Bareilly and Hapur.
Farooq used to pay Rs 500 per day to his accomplices to sell heroin packs. He had also deployed a watchman in plain clothes in the nearby areas where he used to sell these packets, the DCP said.
A 28-year-old drug peddler, identified as Abhijit Mukherjee, was also arrested on Saturday with 320 grams of heroin in South East Delhi.
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