Mangaluru: Ganja being Smuggled to Dubai Seized at Airport – 2 Held, Car Seized

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Mangaluru: The customs officials at the Mangaluru international airport on Sunday detected a case of cannabis (ganja) being smuggled out of the country on Saturday.

Zakaria K P of Kasaragod was scheduled to take a flight to Dubai and had brought a suitcase with him. While checking in, the screening by the customs officials showed some suspicious-looking stuff hidden in it. They got the suitcase opened.

Ganja weighing 1.8 kg, expected to fetch Rs 25,000 in illegal market, was found being carried with intention to be taken to Dubai. The officials also traced Abdul Irshad, who had come to drop Zakaria and transport the contraband. Both were arrested.

A car that was used to bring the stuff to the airport was also seized. The case was handed to the Bajpe police, who produced both of them in a court.

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  1. “Zakaria, Abdul Irshad….” – two names involved in the gnaja incident at Mangaluru Vimaana nildaana.

    I’m sure both are part of ‘sangha parivaaara’ and supporters of BJP. See comments from Roy – It sums up everything you need to know about beef club!! Irrespective of facts, they would always bring up RSS and Modiji. Who needs pakistan when you have beef club within Indian border? Scary and unfortunate!!

    • Original R.Pai – ” Who needs pakistan when you have beef club within Indian border? Scary and unfortunate!!”

      That is why Modi gatecrashed into the kitchen of Nawaz Sharif at Lahore on the day of his grand daughter’s marriage and Nawaz Sharief’s birthday, and had sumptuous food to his heart’s content from that very kitchen where beef was baked in the tons!

  2. Transfer of Punjab Officer Who Questioned Minister in Drugs Case Revoked

    The Enforcement Directorate has summoned Punjab Revenue Minister Bikram Singh Majithia in a Rs. 6,000-crore international synthetic drug case — a development which could have a bearing on relations between the BJP and its ally, the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD).

    The Enforcement Directorate has revoked the transfer of its Assistant Director Niranjan Singh posted at Jallandhar zonal office.

    Mr Singh was transferred to Kolkata on January 16, days after he questioned Punjab minister Bikram Majithia, a relative of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, in the Rs. 6,000 synthetic drug racket case.

    It was alleged that the officer was transferred to weaken the case as it was at a crucial stage. The Enforcement Directorate, which investigates financial crimes, has already filed the chargesheet in the case followed by a couple of supplementary chargesheets.

    The younger brother of Union minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal, wife of Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal, Mr Majithia faces allegations of having links with non-resident Indians accused of international money laundering related to the drugs racket.

    Is PM Modi’s government is afraid of losing an ally in Punjab assembly elections? Why state Governor has not revoked the transfer of an officer in crucial case? Is BJP is the part of synthetic drug mafia?

    Jai Hind

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