Rats ate 581 kgs of confiscated marijuana, UP police tells court

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Mathura | Mathura Police in UP has submitted a report to a special Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act Court saying that the rats have eaten about 581 kilograms of marijuana that was stored in the warehouses of Shergarh and Highway police stations. This marijuana had been consficated by the Mathura police. The police were supposed to submit the report with evidence in this matter by November 26.

The said report was submitted in response to a court order which had asked the officials to produce the marijuana they had recovered.

According to a ANI report, about 386 kgs of marijuana was stored in the Shergarh police station while around 195 kgs was kept in the highway police station.

The public prosecutor told the court that there is no place in the police station where the stored goods could be saved from the rats and the remaining marijuana was destroyed by the officials.

The court in its order dated November 18, had ordered the SSP Mathura to get rid of the rats and to furnish proof that the rats actually consumed 581 kilograms of marijuana.

By EP Web Desk

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