Udupi: Police holds parade of habitual drug dealers


Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (MS)

Udupi, Oct 28: A parade of accused in the ganja selling and transportation cases was held at the Chandu Maidan here on Wednesday, October 28.

SP N Vishnuvardhan, ASP Kumarachandra, police sub-divisional officer T R Jaishankar, DySP of armed reserve force Raghavendra, Udupi CI Manjunatha and ASIs of other police stations of the districts were present in the parade.

The accused in the parade included two from Byndoor police station limits, 18 from Kundapur police station limits, four from Kundapur rural police station limits, two from Kota police station limits, 12 from Udupi city police station limits, five from Malpe police station limits, 16 from Manipal police station limits, two from CEN police station limits, two from Karkala police station limits, five from Padubidri police station limits, three from Kaup police station limits and one from Hiriyadka police station limits.

Addressing the accused, SP Vishnuvardhan asked them to lead a good life and do not take part in anti-social activities like drug peddling, which harm a healthy society. He also warned them of severe action in case the accused continue the same old habits. At the same time, the SP also said that if they give information about the drug network and people involved, the same will be kept confidential.

 

 

 

  

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  • Sashi, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 28 2020

    Good networking sessions for street vendors. Now everyone know whom to contact for good weed. Alcohol and cigarettes are gateway drugs for drug addiction. We need Gujrat Model in Karnataka. Get rid of all intoxication.

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  • Santosh, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 28 2020

    Habitual drug users are sick, they cant help but take it. Dont treat them like criminals, treat them like patients.

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Wed, Oct 28 2020

    Tracking the trails of drugs peddlers, is definitely not an awesome task... local police are well aware of the den, from where addicts get their daily supply of narcotics.. The political will is essential, to wipe out this scourge, that is potentially destroying our future generation...

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Oct 28 2020

    Hold this exercise every Month ...

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Wed, Oct 28 2020

    While holding the parade, let them hang board on their necks depicting their names, mobile numbers and area of supply.

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  • Langoolacharya., Belman / Washington, DC.

    Wed, Oct 28 2020

    Shankar,

    This will be good publicity for these guy....they may want this Parade every day then...so they can sell their products there...

    ...Tak...Takk...

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Wed, Oct 28 2020

    is this similar to republic day parade...

    how come they are free...were they not punished for drug offences... looking at them, all of them look hale and hearty despite committing habitual and dangerous offence of drug dealing....not punished or punishment not having effect...if they are habitual drug dealers, they should be habitually in jail... why outside...

    what is the idea... of parading... if they are habitual drug dealers, they have gone beyond shame / counselling /advice/remorse....

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