Assam: In a major crackdown on suspected fake gold smuggling and money laundering, Dhubri police conducted widespread raids on May 21. They detained Haji Badiur Zaman from his residence and raided multiple business establishments associated with him in Dhubri Municipal Town.
Acting on specific intelligence, the police apprehended Zaman and targeted various locations linked to his alleged illicit activities. Zaman and his son, Atowar Rahman, are accused of operating a cross-border smuggling network.
Atowar Rahman is currently evading authorities, and the Dhubri police extensively interrogated Haji Badiur Zaman to gather crucial information regarding the case.
During the raids, the police confiscated significant documents and items of interest from Zaman’s business premises and residence, providing valuable evidence related to the alleged fake gold smuggling and money laundering operation.
The Dhubri police’s active efforts in combating illegal activities are evident in this recent crackdown, highlighting their commitment to maintaining law and order and ensuring community safety.
Further investigations are underway as the police analyze the seized documents and collect additional evidence to build a strong case against the individuals involved in the smuggling and money laundering network.
The arrest of Haji Badiur Zaman and the ongoing search for Atowar Rahman demonstrate the Dhubri police’s determination in tackling organized crime and upholding the rule of law. The community and stakeholders eagerly await the investigation’s outcome, hoping for justice and the complete eradication of such illicit activities from the region. In the meantime, authorities continue to strive for a safer and more secure environment for all.