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Wednesday, February 13, 2013 8:58:21 AM (IST)  

Sullia: Three arrested for supplying ganja to students

Daijiworld Media Network Ė Sullia (SP)

Sullia, Feb 12: On Tuesday February 12, the policemen, who are under pressure to bring to an end the peddling of drugs in the district, succeeded in arresting three persons. These persons have been accused of selling ganja by moving about in a car. 300 grams of ganja, worth about Rs 6,000, three mobile phones, a Maruti WagonR car, and Rs 550 in cash, were confiscated from their possession.

Reportedly, ganja was being brought from Kasargod to the town by the gang for being sold to the students.

The accused have been identified as Teerthaprasad (21) from Devarakali House in the town, Irfan alias Naufal (18) from Gandhinagar Kallumutlu here, and Vinod alias Vinu (23), who resides near the junior college. 

The arrests were made by Puttur deputy superintendent of police, Sadanand Varnekar, with the help of police circle inspector, H Sudarshan, and crime branch sub inspector, M N Rao. The policemen said they are on the lookout for another person said to be involved with the racket.


Comments on this article
Joy raj , Mangalore/Brunei
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Catch the kingpins behind this drug mafia.
Then you click and publish the photos....anyway..,
I guess this is just the beginning... Soon You will destroy the complete drug mafia....

kaizer, mangalore
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Sarva Dharma Sammelana,
I guess malaysia has a rule of death penalty for drug trafficking, i think same system should be levied in INDIA inorder to keep our country safe,
Unfortunately this thing will not be possible coz these mafia is not of a common man, if you go indepth of the case we might find politicians behind it. TRUST ME.

Chethan , Moolur
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Good job done by Police...

MANOJ, Jeddah
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

RELIGIOUS HARMONY ONLY FOUND DURING COMMITTING SUCH CRIMES.NOT FOR GOOD CAUSE.PLS CHECK NAMES.

avani, mlore
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Ganja worth Rs. 6,000! OMG! what a big catch to take photo and publish in news paper.

Dev Sagar, Mangalore
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

IT IS EASY FOR POLICE TO CATCH AND PUBLISH THE SMALL PEOPLE WHO SELL DRUGS. DO THEY HAVE THE GUTS OR CAPACITY TO CATCH THE KINGPINS OR THE BOSSES (POLITICIANS OR BIG BUSINESSMEN WHO ARE MASTERMINDS)???

rajesh , udupi
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Give 1/2 kg ganja together to eat without water.... are u right clifford........... give them daily ganja to break fast and evening dinner

Clifford, Mangalore
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

What arrest....
Give 1/2 kg ganja together to eat without water....

S.M. Nawaz Kukkikatte, udupi
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Good Job done by police team. Destroy the Drug mafia everywhere

Sanjeev Kamath, Udupi / Bahrain
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Catch the BIG FISHES that you are aware of!!

 
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