Four Ganja peddlers detained under PD Act in Hyderabad

Hyderabad: In an ongoing drive against offenders to create a sense of safety and security to the College going students, Commissioner of Police, Rachakonda detained Four Ganja peddling Gang members under PD Act and detained them in Central Prison, Cherlapally on Monday.

The prime accused has been identified as Guguloth Saida Naik alias Saida has been an expert in selling Ganja by assisting his friend Sabavath Anil in procuring ganja from Dharakonda area, transporting it in the car and selling to the needy people in Maharashtra State.

According to the police, He got surprised by earning Rs 20,000 in a single day.  On that, he too had a desire of purchasing a car to do the Ganja business. He shared the idea of doing this business to his friends Lavudia Anil, Lakavath Hussain (brother in relation) and Lakavath Vinod who all invested Rs. 80,000 into his business each Rs. 20,000.

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Later, they contributed to another amount of Rs.15,000 for expenses.  The accused Guguloth Saida Naikpurchased a car, he along with Lavudiya Anil and Lakavath went to Kothur area in and purchased 80 Kgs ganja from Shiva at the rate of Rs 2,000 per Kg.  They loaded the Ganja in their car and started to Nizamabad via Hyderabad and en-route at Suryapet, the remaining two were joined.  

On a tip-off, Meerpet Police arrested the four offenders on 23rd October 2019  at Gayatri Nagar X Roads, in Saroornagar Mandal and seized total 80 Kgs Ganja, one Swift Dzire Car, four Cell phones and Rs 4,200 cash from their possession, remanded them to judicial custody in Central Prison, Cherlapally.

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As such, with a view to prevent them from committing such illegal activities and to preserve Public health, the Preventive Detention orders are invoked against the Drug Offenders by Mahesh M. Bhagwat, Commissioner of Police, Rachakonda on Monday.

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