A "persistent" Harrow drug dealer has been jailed after pleading guilty to possession with intent to supply Class B drugs.
Bhargava pleaded guilty to one count of possession with intent to supply Class B drugs, two counts of possession of Class B drugs and one count of dangerous driving, police said.
He was arrested in August last year after he was found in possession of a large amount of cannabis, police said. A search of his home led to officers seizing more than £600 in cash.
Amar was arrested on September 11 after driving at police officers who were trying to stop him, later abandoning his car with cannabis still inside, a police spokesman added.
A search warrant was issued on March 3 and he was found in possession of cannabis which he tried to discard. He was arrested and charged with possession of cannabis and remanded in custody.
Bhargava was jailed for 22 months and banned from driving for three years.
Speaking after the sentencing, PC Fran Shepherd said: “Bhargava, a persistent drug dealer, has finally been jailed after pleading guilty to several offences.
“Harrow police will continue to target and bring before the courts those who think they can escape justice.”