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THE COMMISSIONER OF POLICE, CYBERABAD DETAINED THREE (03) DRUG OFFENDERS UNDER P.D. ACT.

In ongoing drive against offenders in the Cyberabad Commissionerate, VC Sajjanar, I.P.S., Commissioner of Police, Cyberabad has invoked the Detention orders against the following three “DRUG OFFENDERS”.

1) Domala Srinivas S/o Chandrappa, 31 yrs, occ: Cab driver, R/o Mainelli (V), Nagarigidda (M), Sangareddy District.2) Md. Faheem S/o Khajamiya, 28 yrs, occ: Driver, R/o Mainelli (V), Nagarigidda (M), Sangareddy District.
3) Sirimangali Nagappa, S/o Dasharatha, 23yrs, Occ: Security guard, R/o Mainelli (V), Nagarigidda (M), Sangareddy District.

These Drug Offenders are native of Sangareddy district. In the year 2014, the accused D. Srinivas was arrested in a NDPS Act case of Manoor Police Station, Sangareddy district and after releasing from jail he did not mend his attitude and again indulged in illegal activities of selling Ganja. He along with other accused planned to sell the Ganja packets in huge quantity. They took a house on rental basis at Vivekananda nagar colony, Vattinagulapally, Cyberabad and procured Narcotic substances ie., Ganja from Malkangiri, Odisha State through the other accused 1) Jagadish and 2) Sanjay @ Shiva and used to sell them to the students, mainly targeting the youth and other customers in small packets to earn easy money to lead a lavish life. The offence occurred under the limits of Gachibowli PS of Cyberabad Commissionerate. Police arrested the accused persons on 23-03-2018 at 2345 hours, seized 91 Kgs of Ganja from their possession and remanded them to Judicial custody on 24-03-2018.
The three offenders involved in illegal and highly dangerous activities of peddling Narcotic drug psychotropic substance (Ganja) among the innocent people in the limits of Cyberabad Police Commissionerate by endangering the lives of youth specially college going students and innocent people, which damages to their body organs and cripple the Central Nervous System of the people who are addicted to drugs. Thereby adversely affecting the public order and public health at large. Their acts are prejudicial to the maintenance of public order and unless they have kept out of the society for a considerable period by detaining them in the prison under this act and to prevent them to commit such offences.

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