Mangaluru: CCB police arrest man for selling MDMA to public including students

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Sep 26: In a concerted effort to rid Mangaluru of illegal drug activities, the CCB police have apprehended an individual involved in the illicit sale of MDMA drugs to both students and the general public within the city.

This operation was carried out following credible information received about the unlawful sale of the drug in the vicinity of Bendoorwell.

The arrested individual has been identified as Lukumanul Hakim, also known as Hakim, aged 22, and a resident of Ajjavara Grama, Sullia, with a permanent address at Rehmania Complex, Old Gate, Sullia Taluk. He is currently residing at Ananta Kripa Apartment, located behind the Tata showroom in Bejai, Mangaluru.

During the operation, the police seized approximately 25 grams of MDMA drugs valued at Rs 1,25,000, along with a mobile phone and a digital weighing scale worth a total of Rs 1,60,000. A case related to this incident has been registered at the Mangaluru East Police Station.

The accused holds a degree from a college in Mangaluru, and the police are conducting further investigations, suspecting the involvement of additional individuals in this illegal activity.

The arrest operation was carried out by the CCB unit officers and staff, under the guidance of city police commissioner Anupam Agarwal.





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