3 arrested for selling 20 kg of weed on Amazon India: Newspaper

3 arrested for selling 20 kg of weed on Amazon India: Newspaper

The Madhya Pradesh Police has arrested three people for selling 20 kg of weed worth Rs 1.1 crore on Amazon India, Nai Dunia newspaper reported on Sunday.

Business Standard’Amazon India’s questions about the arrests were not immediately answered, as a merchant association called for government action against the e-commerce website.

Two people have been arrested from Bhind and one from Haridwar.
The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) said that the National Crime Bureau (NCB) should take action against Amazon, saying the website acted as a seller, collected money, posted on their website, and commissioned earned.
“We have no problem to understand why a technology giant does not use its artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to identify the sale of illegal goods, while they are using these techniques for poor MSMEs. Continue to identify and copy products. “Indian manufactures to manufacture their own private label products,” CAIT said in a statement.

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