RAVE PARTIES AND EDM MUSIC SHOWS HAVE PROMOTED DRUGS IN A BIG TIME IN THE STATE OF GOA, AND THERE WERE CASES OF PEOPLE DYING DUE TO OVERDOES OF THE DRUGS IN SUCH PARTIES. BUT POLICE COULD NOT MANAGE TO FIND OUT AS WHERE THE DRUGS CAME FROM. RECENTLY THE RAVE PARTIES HAD BEEN BANNED, AND THE EDM FESTIVALS HAVE SHIFTED THEIR BASE TO OTHER STATES, BUT THE DRUGS DID NOT LEAVE GOA AS YET?? WHY??
Goa is considered as drug paradise by the foreigners as well as the domestic tourists, and the frequent unearthing of the drug cases in the coastal areas supports the above statement. In this month itself, there were more than three cases of the drugs came into the light, in various parts of Goa. nevertheless, the Goa’s efficient police is doing its duty in a very allegiance manner.
According to the reports from the Calangute police station, a 30-year-old Nigerian national Augistune Okafor Olise, a resident of Anjuna had been arrested by the Calangute police for having the 190 grams of Narcotics substance (Ganja) in his possession. The raid was conducted by the police on Thursday night at Baga, said the sources.
Based on the press note released by the Calangute police station, Following the accused was found in possession of a narcotics substance, namely Ganja, weighing 190 grams. The Calangute police registered an offense against the accused Augustine, 30, Nigerian national and resident of Anjuna under the section 20(b)(ii)(A) of NDPS (Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances) Act 1985.
The Calangute station in charge, PI Jivba Dalvi, told the media that on the receipt of the information, that a Nigerian national is coming to sell Ganja in Baga area at Bharat Junction, on the late night of Thursday 28th July 2017, the team of police under the guidance of PI Dalvi set the trap and detained the accused Augustine in the possession of 190 grams of Ganja.
The team who conducted the raid under the guidance of PI Dalvi consists of the following staff, PSI Prajit Mandrekar, Vidyesh Pilgaokar, Sitaram Malik, police constables Vidyanand Amonkar, Sanjyot Kerkar, Shreyas Sakahlkar.
The police have also verified that the address of the Nigerian accused, and informed the media that he was staying in Anjuna, and was residing in Goa without any valid travel documents.
The Calangute police under the supervision of Mr. Dalvi is doing the further investigation in this case. And they have booked the Nigerian National under various provisions of Foreigners Act. The accused is to be produced for remand today before JMFC Mapusa.
If you take a look at the trend of busting of the drugs and prostitution rackets in the state, the Calangute police station comes in the forefront, and the commendable job done by Mr. Dalvi in his tenure, cannot be ignored. Do you have anything say on this issue? please do leave your valuable comments in the comments box.