Indian police lose 200 kilograms of confiscated hashish and cannot hold the criminal accountable!

24 November, 2022
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Indian police lose 200 kilograms of confiscated hashish and cannot hold the criminal accountable!

Indian police announced that rats ate 200 kilograms of confiscated hashish in a tragic case on the front line in the fight against drug trafficking.

The Indian police accused the rats of destroying nearly 200 kilograms of hashish that was seized from dealers and stored in places belonging to police stations.

Judge Sanjay Chaudhary, in his ruling in this case, noted that when the court asked the police to present the seized drugs as evidence, they were told that 195 kilograms of hashish had been "destroyed" by rats. Rats are small animals and they are not afraid of the police, and it is difficult to protect drugs from them. The judge cited three cases in which rodents destroyed marijuana, while in another case involving 385 kilograms of narcotic substances, police filed a report stating that some of the "cannabis" was eaten by rats.

Judge Chaudhary said that about 700 kilograms of marijuana seized by the police are in police stations in Mathura district, and that "everything is at risk of infection with rats".


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