While police claim that increased enforcement activities has resulted in the massive uptick in registering of NDPS cases, reports suggest that drug abuse among the public is the prime cause.
Sail's lawyer Tushar Khandare confirmed that Sail died after he suffered a heart attack and that his family members do not suspect any foul play.
Detention under the law is also one of the grounds that allows the agency to attach the assets of an accused.
The court on January 10 had granted interim protection to Majithia from the arrest in the matter while directing him to join the investigation on January 12
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Majithia (46) was booked under the relevant sections of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act on Monday on the basis of a 2018 status report of a probe.
Khan has cited difficulties faced by him due to the huge media presence every time when he marks his presence at the NCB office
The court said that perusal of the WhatsApp chats extracted from the phone of Aryan Khan shows that nothing objectionable was noticed to suggest that accused hatched a conspiracy.
Jaiswal was one of the seven persons including Aryan Khan whom the NCB had apprehended on October 2 before boarding the cruise ship.
Explaining the harmful effects of consuming ganja and other harmful sedatives, the DCP warned of severe action against those who repeatedly commit such crimes.
Eighteen people were held under the Arms Act in north district and five country-made pistols and 10 cartridges were seized from their possession.
The division bench of Chief Justice S Muralidhar fixed the date on Monday while issuing notice on a petition filed by the Special Task Force (CID-Crime Branch) of Odisha Police.
The arrests were made at Jokai near Dibrugarh in upper Assam based on inputs shared by the Army intelligence.
They intercepted Safikul Sk of Beldanga in Murshidabad district on NH-16 near Tangi on Wednesday when he was attempting to deliver the consignment to a customer.
In a first, the Surya City police have confiscated movable and immovable properties worth Rs 1.6 crore belonging to an inter-state drug peddler.
The Excise Department had filed chargesheets in the court, omitting the Tollywood biggies from blame, as they were found to be the end-users and therefore were seen as victims.