The world's biggest drug mafia, Whose money usually spoiled by termites

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After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, the drug angle has once again sparked debate. Bollywood and drug connections are nothing. The business of illicit drugs is so old and large that it cannot be guessed. There are many drug mafia who have been accused of running the drugs business all over the world. But today we will tell you the story of the world's famous drug mafia, which killed thousands of people who had trouble in business.


Actually, the drug mafia we are talking about is Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria. Pablo Escobar was known throughout the world as the King of Cocaine. Steve Murphy, an agent of the US Drug Enforcement Administration, said in an interview that Pablo had a huge store of money. Not only this, but the enemies had also spent 16 billion rupees to kill Pablo.


On 2 December 1993, Pablo Escobar was killed by the Columbia Police. But before his death, he heavily influenced the police and soldiers. Pablo created a fierce panic in Colombia. Flying a car or killing a big leader was a minor thing for him. His dream was to become the President of Colombia.


In the 1970s Pablo went into the illegal business of cocaine and formed the Medellin Cartel in association with the mafia. You can gauge the power of Pablo Escobar from the fact that he had prepared a special jail for himself by putting pressure on the government. He had placed a condition that the police could not come within a few kilometers of the jail.

Pablo had more than 800 houses. He owned a 6500 sq ft bungalow in the US, located on Miami Beach in Florida. Not only that, but he had also bought the coral island named Aila Grande in the Caribbean. There was a time that Pablo controlled 80 percent of the cocaine supplied in America.

His earnings from cocaine were so high that Forbes magazine included him among the 10 richest people in the world. It is said that Pablo Escobar had so much money that he used to give rats to him. Many times termites used to lick the bundles of notes.