Kasargod: Two drug peddlers arrested, MDMA confiscated  

Stephen Kayyar

Daijiworld Media Network – Kasargod (MS)

Kasargod, Aug 13: Vidyanagar police arrested two people and confiscated 70 grams of MDMA narcotic drug.

The arrested are identified as Ahmed Niyaz (38), a resident of Uliathadka Rahmath Nagar and Ijaz Azeez (25), a resident of Pattanamtitta Koni.


Acting on a definite tip off, police personnel led by Vidyanagar station SI Anoop Kumar stopped a bike during vehicle checking at Patla Kudreppadi. But the bike rider did not stop at the instruction from the police. When the police chased the bike, the accused tried to flee after stopping the bike. But the police overpowered both of them.



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  • Eva, Kirem

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    I have a solution. Those who are caught in drugs and smuggling gold send them to join army.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    marginalization of community has resulted in the loss of two hatta katta young men, who would have served in the indian army....hopefully things will change in 2024

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  • Daksha, Kudla

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    Please let no one comments saying this is due to after affect of 2014 election and increased unemployment. If so then why we can see the regular guys being caught on the drugs peddling?

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  • SB, Mlore

    Sat, Aug 13 2022

    As expected , usual regular guys. No surprise

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