Police added that Hinhoria had started off with working with various pharmaceutical firms and had held the post of technical director at a leading ketamine manufacturing company.
It was here that he reportedly had the idea of making more money by illegally manufacturing and selling ketamine.
He soon began taking work contracts from pharma companies outsourcing ketamine and started his own business.
Hinhoria would source the raw materials in the garb of manufacturing or processing medical drugs and began approaching drug peddlers to sell ketamine, mephedrone and cocaine.
He was found to be in touch with many high-profile people in Mumbai to whom he mainly supplied cocaine for rave parties, a crime branch source said.
“He used to send the cocaine in private luxury buses, mainly in 5kg parcels,” said an investigator talking about his nexus with bus operators.
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