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Friday, 24 May 2024 7.07 PM IST

Shady deals and late-night visitors; 23-year-old Monura Begum's secret empire in Taliparamba

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TALIPARAMBA: Two people who disguised as couples were arrested by Taliparamba police on Sunday. The north Indian duo have been under the watch of the police for their covert drug-supplying business.

Abdul Rehman Ansari (21) from Siddharthnagar, Uttar Pradesh and Monura Begum (20) from Nagaon, Assam were arrested. Police arrested them after searching Ashraf's quarters in Karimbam, Taliparamba.

A total of 1200 kg of ganja was seized from them in a search operation led by Taliparamba Inspector ML Bennilalu and members of the anti-narcotics squad led by the rural district police chief. The locals were suspicious after they noticed many migrant workers visiting the quarters during late night hours.

This information was transferred to the anti-narcotics squad of the district police chief. Following this, the District Anti-Narcotics Special Action Force (DANSAF) continued a close watch on the quarters and the people visiting them. It is also learned that the racket mostly employs women to sell ganja to customers. It is to avoid the scrutinizing eyes of police that the racket mostly employs women dealers for the business. The banned ganja materials brought from other states are now rampantly distributed in Taliparamaba town and Manna region.

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