Two engineering college students held for smuggling ganja
Sleuths of the Narcotics Intelligence Bureau, Kancheepuram Unit, on Saturday arrested two engineering college students for smuggling ganja into the district and promoting them to college students of their school.
S. Prabhakar, NIB’s Kancheepuram inspector, acquired details about two engineering college students promoting ganja to their class and college-mates. Officers recognized the 2 as Praveen, 21, of Nellore, and Sairam, 21, of Kakinada, and tracked them.
On Friday, the 2 left for Tirupati and waited at a bus stand for his or her contact to provide the substance. “They bought two kilograms for ₹15,000 and had been returning by bus to Kancheepuram on Saturday morning,” mentioned a police officer.
The inspector and his crew carried out a automobile test on the Govindavadi Agaram bus cease close to Kancheepuram, and nabbed the 2. They had been present in possession of the substance. Throughout inquiry, they revealed that they’d been promoting every pack for no less than ₹200, for the previous three months.
The police discovered a vapouriser inside their room. “Utilizing this, a number of college students would inhale the ganja fumes without delay,” the officer mentioned. A case has been registered towards them underneath the Narcotic Medicine and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act, they usually have been remanded in judicial custody.