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Man charged in connection with supplying drugs

A man has been charged in connection with supplying drugs and modern slavery offences.

Ali Asghar Khan (13/02/1992) of Rough Hey Walk, Rochdale has been charged with being concerned in the supply of cocaine and modern slavery offences.

He was remanded to appear at Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court today (Friday 12 December 2018).

This is in relation to warrants executed at addresses in Rochdale as part of Operation Gallant, an investigation being led by Rochdale’s Organised Crime Team, supported by the Sunrise Team and Programme Challenger, which is Greater Manchester’s partnership approach to tackling serious and organised crime and exploitation.

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