Visakhapatnam: As many as 35 criminals related to cannabis and drug smuggling have been arrested by the Visakhapatnam police, using the ‘Anti-Gunda Squad’ and the ‘Anti Narcotic Squad’, sources said. police on Saturday.
Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) cases have been booked against them. A new trial has been launched.
Visakhapatnam City Police Commissioner Ch Srikanth told ANI, “Thirty-five rowdy-sheeters (history-sheeters), who were involved in cannabis smuggling and illegal activities in the city, have been arrested. Visakhapatnam.Most of the accused are from Northern India, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala.
The Commission informed that the ‘Anti-Gunda squad’ and the ‘Anti-Narcotics squad’ have been formed with 10 members each to check the drug trade and activities of rowdies.
Srikanth said that cannabis was being imported from United Visakhapatnam and Odisha state.
“Our Anti Narcotic team and special enforcement agency seized a large quantity of cannabis. We found that synthetic drugs were being brought from Hyderabad, Banglore, Goa and other states to the city. our companies to customers in Visakhapatnam, most of them are involved in theft and stay with the police alerting them. We do not accept such crime in within the city commission limits,” said the Commissioner.
“We are conducting the de-addiction program Marpu (transformation), which is getting positive responses. If the youth goes into addiction in the first stage, they should go to the counseling center. Our police are working with NGOs on the Marpu project,” Srikanth added.
Commissioner Ch Srikanth has directed the team to use informants in the city to gather information about ganja trade, money laundering, and other crimes.
After this situation, the commission decided to revive the efforts to eliminate the accused in those crimes.
The commission ordered the officials and ordered the officials to check their websites and investigate every suspect or suspect.
Like the police, the Anti-Gunda Squad will be headed by Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Govinda Rao, special branch, who will be headed by two sub-inspectors.
The Anti-Gunda Squad will work with local police agencies to gather information about suspects in cases of murder, attempted murder, and extortion in Vizag.