Mangaluru: Two arrested for trying to sell MDMA at Ullal

Mohan Kuthar

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Sep 29: Police team led by Ullal police station officer arrested two people who were trying to sell prohibited MDMA at Sea Ground in Ullal.

Fazal, a resident of Azadnagara Mastikatte and Sameer from Mukkacheri Kadappura are the arrested duo.

Acting on a definite tip off, the police team raided the Sea Ground beach where the accused were found selling 14 grams of MDMA and arrested them.

Station officer Balakrishna, PSI Sheetal, personnel Ranjit, Akbar, Ashok, Manju and Venkatesh participated in the operation.






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  • Jossy Tauro, Mangalore

    Fri, Sep 29 2023

    Only God can save our children from these tule of drugs mafia.Because of money people go to any extent to do these crimes.Not sure these sellers have members or childrens in their family .

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    Fri, Sep 29 2023

    People who sell alcohol and drugs illegally must be punished with maximum punishment They do not deserve any mercy at all in life

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  • David pais, ???????

    Fri, Sep 29 2023

    ತೋರಿತ್ ಉಲ್ಲಯಿ ಪಾಡ್ಲೆ

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Fri, Sep 29 2023

    kisi ko baksha nahin jayega....Sidda devaraya in full swing...khaki screws tightened...Congress rocks..andh bhakts shocked....burnol out of stock in car street....mamus having isabgol to cool the banji uri....

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  • Naveen, Netakere

    Fri, Sep 29 2023

    Both looks very innocent, and peaceful . please do not harass. Release them instead of spending on Biriyani.

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