Puttur: One arrested for trying to sell ganja, another accused escapes


Daijiworld Media Network - Puttur (MS)

Puttur, Sep 23: Police chased and arrested one person, who was trying to sell ganja with his accomplice on a two-wheeler on Naitadi-Bedrala Bhagat Singh road in Kemminge village of the taluk. However, accomplice of the arrested person managed to escape from the spot.

The arrested accused is identified as Sazil Ahmed (24), a resident of Narimogaru village. It is learnt that the person who escaped from the spot is Mohammed Ashraf, a resident of Kemminje village of the taluk.

When the police inspected the two-wheeler that belonged to the arrested accused, they found 166 grams of ganja worth Rs 3,000. Police confiscated the scooter, the value of which is around Rs 40,000 and a mobile phone worth Rs 12,000.

A case in this connection is registered at Puttur city police station.

 

 

  

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  • Sashi, Mangalore, USA

    Wed, Sep 23 2020

    The MAAL seized is very small quantity. Big sharks are out there making money. No country has been successful in eradicating drugs, waste of time and money fighting it. Some developed countries have realised and started controlled distribution of drugs like Marijuna from outlets.
    In Bharath some organisation are fighting for legalisation (https://www.glm.org/) this might not be possible as India is not developed country.

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  • Vikram, Dubai

    Wed, Sep 23 2020

    We are seeing now drug peddlers/sellers everywhere . Means Police department is working after only this sandalwood episode. ......ye paisa bolta hai...

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  • Richard, India

    Wed, Sep 23 2020

    Drugs seller not only destroys the buyer , but the entire family of the buyer. Unless death penalty is issued like middle eastern countries, this cancer of the very soul of our country will keep spreading. School and college campus has been already invaded. Any one listening ? Looks like the conscience of our society has already become deaf and dumb.

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Wed, Sep 23 2020

    Drug peddlers assets, which are movable and non movable, must be confiscated and auctioned !! Moreover they must be prosecuted under the stringent NDPS act 1985, which attracts a minimum 10 years Rigorous Imprisonment !!!

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  • JNB, Bejai

    Wed, Sep 23 2020

    a) ganja worth Rs 3,000.
    b) the scooter, the value of which is around Rs 40,000
    c) a mobile phone worth Rs 12,000
    d) bail worth : ?

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  • JNB, Bejai

    Wed, Sep 23 2020

    a) ganja worth Rs 3,000.
    b) the scooter, the value of which is around Rs 40,000
    c) a mobile phone worth Rs 12,000

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  • GURKA, Mangaluru

    Wed, Sep 23 2020

    Ganja is in News which was not from yesterday story its a yesteryear story ! no one will stop it ! its become common commodity in our life !

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  • Robin, Byndoor

    Wed, Sep 23 2020

    It will STOP. It should, Must and will STOP. Yesterday is Not Today...

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  • poonkesh, Kateel

    Wed, Sep 23 2020

    This case seems to have some personal rivalry between "Khabri" and accused. Police never catch without information.

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  • Arman, Dubai

    Wed, Sep 23 2020

    Send all Ganja peddlers to any GCC country with a bag of Ganja.. and inform Airport authority.
    no trial, bail drama... End of story.

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