FIR lodged for online drug trade as Amazon was not cooperating: MP govt – New Delhi News

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“Online drug trade is a more serious crime than cyber crime and such crime will not be encouraged in the state”, he added in a tweet.

Mishra stated a case has been registered in opposition to the manager administrators of Amazon in Bhind below part 38 of the NDPS Act.

In Marijuana sale by way of Amazon e-commerce portal, the Bhind Police which is investigating the matter has made Executive Directors of Amazon Seller Services Limited as accused below part 38 of the NDPS Act.

The merchants throughout the Country recognize the firmness of MP Police on this matter and have complimented CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Home Minister Narottam Mishra for the effectivity of the police system, CAIT stated in an announcement.

Earlier, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) had vastly appreciated the assertion of Narottam Mishra for giving a powerful and unequivocal warning to Amazon that both to cooperate with the investigation carried out by MP Police else they are going to be dropped at MP by drive.

The assertion of Mishra has generated hopes among the many buying and selling neighborhood throughout the Country that this time this sensational problem will not be diluted because the assertion has plugged all of the escape routes for Amazon, CAIT stated.

CAIT had stated that the present report of sale of marijuana by way of the e-portal of Amazon is an enormous shock and an eye fixed opener that to earn revenue these corporations can do something or all the things together with sale of prohibited items.

“It has been reported that Amazon has been facilitating trade of Marijuana through its marketplace e-commerce platform which is meant to act only as a bridge between buyer and seller for the sale and purchase of permitted goods/services. However, from the recent findings of Madhya Pradesh Police it is clear that the drug rackets being operated on the marketplace platform are not without the knowledge and active involvement of Amazon, but Amazon has been fully involved by storing such narcotics in their warehouses, provided their delivery channels for safe and secure delivery of the drugs to the customers and also taking major share of the sales proceeds (of the order of 66 per cent) as their profit/sales commission”, CAIT stated.

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