Large-scale supply of drugs from Bangalore underworld in the decade after 1970-80

Bangalore: The widespread use of banned drugs in the city of Bangalore has become a major concern after the Central Crime Branch police seized 3 tonnes of marijuana under the NDPS Act and arrested more than 15 people.

Among the arrested were Sandalwood actresses Ragini Dwivedi, Sanjana Galrani, event manager Viren Khanna and two foreign nationals.

However, older Bangalore citizens say that in the late 1970s, there was an introduction to drugs on college campuses and recreational areas.

Then Quarter Gram Heroin 30 Rs. To. There was. Addicts were taking amphetamine and methaqualone pills, which are now banned into the realm of Nashe.

Drugs were available in the mid-1970s and the 1980s. It was near the entertainment industry, college students and others. A person who is free from addiction recalls that there were drugs intersections in the slums of Shivajinagar and JC Road and other cities.

In the mid-1980s, Dawn in Bangalore, Chicken Fayaz, Chikat Fayaz, Basha and others were taking money and supplying drugs to customers.

Poultry Fayaz was with Mumbai Underworld. Another addiction-free person said that this network would make it possible for consumers to get drugs in Bangalore.

100 grams of heroin. It was called the Guard. Heroin was smuggled from Afghanistan and Pakistan to India’s borders. The LTTE was heavily involved in drug trafficking to enhance the armed struggle against Sri Lanka.

With the enactment of the NPS Act, many addicts died in prison, some committed suicide, and drug addiction is the world’s biggest pandemic. The road to reform has been promising, he said.

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