Student caught with Rs 8.34 lakh drugs

Ahmedabad Mirror | 1 week ago | 22-06-2022 | 06:00 am

Student caught with Rs 8.34 lakh drugs

A 22-year-old BSc student, who became a drug carrier to make quick bucks, was caught by the Kalupur police on Monday morning during routine vehicle checking at Sarangpur crossroads. The cops became suspicious as he tried to flee from the spot after seeing them.Ganpatram Bishnoi, a 22-year-old student from Barmer in Rajasthan, was on foot and heading towards Sarangpur crossroads. On nearing the police team which was making routine checks ahead of the Rathyatra, Bishnoi tried to run away. Suspecting something fishy, cops ran after him and nabbed him.On frisking him, cops found 83.16 gm Mephedrone worth Rs 8.36 lakh from his pocket.On being questioned, Bishnoi confessed to have entered the illicit trade to make money. He had collected the drugs from one Devraj Chaudhary in Barmer and was on his way to Rajkot to deliver it to one Mayuddin. An FIR has been registered at the Kalupur police station against three people and further investigation is underway.

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