Hyderabad, Feb 6 (Hydnow): The Panjagutta police arrested a Nigerian who was selling drugs in Hyderabad. Police seized heroin and cocaine from the accused.
A Nigerian national Stanley, who brought drugs from abroad and sold them in Hyderabad was arrested by the police and taken to remand. He said that a Nigerian had formed a gang in Hyderabad and was selling drugs in Goa was arrested at Erramanzil Metro Station on Monday (Monday), it was found that many people bought drugs from him across the country. Drugs worth crores of rupees and 9 caravans were seized.
In this case, the police seized 557 grams of cocaine, 902 Ecstacy pills, 105 LSD blots, 215 grams of charas, 21 grams of heroin, and other drugs. It is stated that he came to India with a business visa in 2009 to do a clothes business in Mumbai.
After that, he supplied drugs to some Nigerian drug peddlers in Goa. He was in Goa jail for 6 months in a visa expiry case. In 2017, NCB police arrested him while supplying drugs. It has been revealed that he used to bring drugs from Mumbai and Goa and supply them to Hyderabad.
It is said that he used to bring drugs through courier services. He was previously arrested in the SR Nagar drug case and came to know about him through the accused. It was explained that he has 500 customers across the country. He is supplying drugs to seven customers from Hyderabad.
The value of drugs seized in Panjagutta is Rs. 8 crores. He said that every pub, bar, and restaurant has been monitored. Action will also be taken against drug users. Similarly, people who have any information related to drugs across Hyderabad are advised to inform the police. (Hydnow)
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