Ganja at birthday party: 3 students arrested in Hayathnagar, 50 gms ganja seized

A case has been registered under various sections of the NDPS Act, the Rachakonda City Police Act, and TS Excise Act.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  4 Dec 2022 9:20 AM GMT
Ganja at birthday party: 3 students arrested in Hayathnagar, 50 gms ganja seized

Hyderabad: Three students were apprehended for consuming and possessing ganja at a birthday party in Hayathnagar. The police seized 50 grams of ganja from them.

A case has been registered under various sections of the NDPS Act, the Rachakonda City Police Act, and TS Excise Act.

Besides the contraband, 10 cars, a bike, 30 mobile phones, sound systems were also seized from the three.

The three arrested persons have been identified as Kunduru Sai Charan Reddy of Saroornagar, Gangula Himacharan Reddy of Dilsukhnagar, and Vishwa Charan Reddy of Saroornagar. Three others—Saneeth Chary, Rohith, and Sunny Kiran—are absconding.

On 2 December, at around 12:30 a.m, the Hayathnagar police received information that some youth were creating a nuisance by playing music and creating a disturbance at night. They were partying and drinking liquor at a birthday party in a farmhouse located at Pasumamula village in Hayathnagar.

The police raided the farmhouse and found around 33 students, including four girls, partying. In two cottages, the police found four people behaving suspiciously. On seeing the police, one of them, Saneeth Chary, escaped by jumping a compound wall. Later, the police checked and found 50 grams of ganja in the room. The other three persons—Sai Charan Reddy, Hima Charan Reddy, and Vishwa Charan Reddy—were apprehended and taken into custody.

The arrested persons confessed that they used to consume ganja supplied by their friend Rohith. Sai Charan Reddy, Vishwa Charan Reddy, Saneeth Chary, and Hima Charan Reddy went to Mohan Nagar, Kothapet, and purchased 50 grams of ganja from Rohit for Rs. 1,200. They brought the ganja to the birthday party. The farmhouse is leased to Sunny Kiran and he allowed the students to bring ganja to his farmhouse, the police said.

Meanwhile, the students who attended the birthday party and were unaware of the act were given counseling.

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