An interstate drug peddler was arrested in Habsiguda on Wednesday by law enforcement officials from the Osmania university. Drugs worth approximately Rs 1 lakh were brought in from Goa to Hyderabad by the accused, according to the police.
In addition to 20 ecstasy pills and 5 LSD blots, 4 grams of MDMA were found in the accused’s possession by officials from the Hyderabad Narcotic Enforcement Wing (H-NEW). All the drugs, along with Rs 4000 in cash and the accused’s mobile phone, were seized by the police, according to a press release.
In total, the drugs cost approximately Rs 1 lakh, according to police. Identified as Priteesh Narayan Borkar (36), the accused supplied drugs to Anjuna Bardez, Goa. According to the release, he was one of eight dealers selling drugs on the Anjuna beach and in the two Telugu states for the past eight years.
As a result of the police investigation, it was discovered that Borkar had approximately 600 regular customers who purchased drugs from him for their consumption. A total of 166 consumers have been identified by the police, and more are still to be identified.
According to the Hyderabad police, youth and students are encouraged not to fall victim to drugs during their release. Additionally, parents are encouraged to keep an eye on their children’s activities.
Also Recently, Two individuals were arrested by the Rachakonda police after a narcotics and synthetic drug laboratory were discovered in a leased shed on the outskirts of Hyderabad in a major crackdown.
Nampally Lenin Babu, a top scientist in the R&D department of numerous pharmaceutical companies, and Pulicherla Srinivas Reddy, a chronic drug smuggler, synthesized methamphetamine at the IDA Uppal lab, reported by a news agency.
An operation conducted by the Bhongir zone and Uppal police involved searching the labs of the two accused and confiscating 53 grams of methamphetamine, 3.6 kilograms of drugs liquid, 12 bottles of 500ml methylamine, a blot of LSD, a 0.5g capsule of cocaine, and 50 kilograms of hydrochloride. Akshaj Molecular Research Private Limited, the company owned by the duo, was suspected of manufacturing narcotic compounds.
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