Mangaluru: Ganja peddling, consuming case – Nine more arrested


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Jan 21: Nine more including medical students and doctors from private medical college were arrested in connection to ganja peddling and consuming.

The arrested are identified as Dr Vidush Kumar (27) and Dr Ish Midda (27) from Uttar Pradesh, Dr Siddartha Pavaskar (29) and Dr Sudheendra (34) from Karnataka, Dr Suryajith Dev (20) and Dr Aysha Mohammed (23) from Kerala, Dr Pranay Natraj (24) and Dr Chaithanya R Tumuluri (23) from Telangana and Dr Sharanya (23) from Delhi. The arrested are pursuing their MBBS, MBBS MS, and internship in BDS and MBBS.

The total number of arrests moves to 24 in the case.

 
 

 

 

 

  

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  • AD, Mangalore

    Sun, Jan 22 2023

    Is it time to decriminalise Marijuana?

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sun, Jan 22 2023

    as i am saying time and again there is a drastic fall in the ethics of indians after the gujjus took over power in 2014..only God can save us...or else dusra koyi delhi mein gaddi pakdega tho hi hoga..

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  • FAYAZ AHMED, MANGALORE/DUBAI

    Sat, Jan 21 2023

    BECAUSE YOGIES PEOPLE ARE INVOLVED IN THIS BISS NOW

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Sat, Jan 21 2023

    Why is it that only medical college students/doctors are getting targeted as if other stream professional colleges are sacrosanct?? It's a well-known fact that Mangalore and surrounding area students are big consumers of various types of drugs since decades!

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Sat, Jan 21 2023

    Please catch the suppliers.....Gherao ports....!! .And also catch in manipal... you will get in thousands in a single day alone....

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Sat, Jan 21 2023

    Cynthia, subki mili bhagat se ye lucrative dhanda chalta hai! Itna profitable business kaise stop kiya ja sakta hai??

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  • Jossey saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Sat, Jan 21 2023

    Why no Minorities ...

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  • Baskar, Bangalore

    Sat, Jan 21 2023

    Why dont they catch all the mainstream criminals out on the streets like rapists and murderers? Piling up false accusations on more innocent people just to further their agenda. Cant help but feel bad for people caught in the line of fire and undue stress from higher ups to meet a certain case arrest number especially during election time

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  • Alwyn Fernandes, mangalore

    Sat, Jan 21 2023

    "The arrested are pursuing their MBBS, MBBS MS, and internship in BDS and MBBS"..so they are not Doctors....medical students

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  • True Politician, Kudla

    Sat, Jan 21 2023

    Interns are doctors already as they do treat patients in college Hospital OPD....

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  • Dr Kusuoma Kumari Gunji MBBS DGO DNB, Nellore

    Sun, Jan 22 2023

    Ganja is a dangerous substance. It should be banned and its users must be deaddicted . Let's fight against drug

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  • FAYAZ AHMED, MANGALORE/DUBAI

    Sat, Jan 21 2023

    OHHHH MOST OF THEM ARE FROM YOGIS LAND UP NOW THEY ARE COMING AND SPOILING OUR CULTURE AND CHILDRENSE THAT TO EDUCATED DOCTARS NOTHING TO SAY

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  • Jeet Prakash, Manipala

    Sat, Jan 21 2023

    Thanks lord our enforcement agencies are keeping watch main route of incoming consignments of drugs either by road, sea or by air. Still people are become so cleverer in illegal activities are trying new new ways to drop consignments even thru drone in many places or thru in luggage of diplomatic people.

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  • Jeet Prakash, Manipala

    Sat, Jan 21 2023

    Culprit foreseen itself in the gang. Sahaswada Fala. One rotten apple spoil all in the basket.

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  • Mohammed ansar, UDYAVARA

    Sat, Jan 21 2023

    Very strange, drug mafias, suppliers are making money and consumers are being punished and tagged as culprits. Oh kya sarkar hai. Wher is Adani and company sole supplier.

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  • Preetham, Farangipet

    Sat, Jan 21 2023

    What rotten apple? Do the rest look like babies to you?

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