MBA Graduate Grows 'Hybrid Ganja' At Home Using Hydroponic Model, Held
According to details, the youth identified as Javad came to Bengaluru from Iran in 2010 for pursuing his study in MBA. He was arrested from a private villa near Bidadi on the outskirts of Bengaluru.
Bengaluru: Crime Branch in Bengaluru arrested a 35-year old youth who is a resident of Iran for growing cannabis using a hydroponic model.
According to details, the youth identified as Javad came to Bengaluru from Iran in 2010 for pursuing his study and completed his MBA.
He was arrested from a private villa near Bidadi on the outskirts of Bengaluru.
During his study, he became a devotee of Lord Shiva and fond of cannabis.
Soon after he started using drugs and eventually began supplying them to his friends and other sources.
He started a further interest in Marijuana and began extensive online research on growing cannabis the ways to process it and other related things for over six months.
When the government imposed a lockdown, he decided to grow cannabis by using a hydroponic model.
He ordered 60 seeds via the dark web from Europe and panted the first see in his fish tank. He soon started earning a good amount of money by selling this ganja.
One person has been apprehended by Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) from Imphal Airport when he was traveling with Gold paste weighing over 900 grams and valued at approximately Rs 42 lakh.
The CISF officials said that four packets of yellow metal paste weighing about 909.68 grams were recovered inside the rectal cavity of a passenger.
The passenger, identified as Mohammed Shereef, is a resident of Kozhikode in Kerala and was scheduled to fly from Imphal to Delhi on an Air India flight at 2:40 pm. He was taken from the Security Hold Area for questioning but could not reply satisfactorily.