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1/2 Kilo ganja found by police on 2 Nalsar students

2 Nalsar students allegedly in possession of a lot of weed (and some beers)
2 Nalsar students allegedly in possession of a lot of weed (and some beers)

Two Nalsar Hyderabad students were arrested for allegedly possessing 475gms of weed, reported the Deccan Chronicle.

The students were caught by Shameerpet inspector Bhaskar Reddy near the Nalsar campus when they were returning to college in an autorickshaw while still in possession of the packets of weed (as well as two beer bottles and three beer cans, according to the reports). They had been consuming the weed for the last one year, it reportedly emerged in the police interrogation.

They had procured the weed from Dhoolpet in Hyderabad, after leaving campus at 6pm and travelling to Dhoolpet on a public bus. At Dhoolpet they had asked a cluster of parked autorickshaw drivers for the weed and one of them had produced a half kilogram packet.

Both the students are 20 years old and are in their second year of LLB at Nalsar, according to the Mumbai Mirror and according to the apprehending inspector Reddy this is the first instance of Nalsar students being caught with banned narcotic substances.

A case under the Narcotic Substances Act 1988 has been registered against them.

The Nalsar administration was not reachable for comment at the time of going to press.

Two JGLS Sonepat students were arrested by the Haryana police in September after they were caught with 1kg of weed.

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