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Telangana: Rizwan arrested for lacing chaat with ganja

In Telangana, a Muslim man was caught lacing chaat with ganja to get his customers addicted. Police arrested Rizwan, a migrant from Uttar Pradesh, and seized 2.5kg ganja from his house. He confessed that he laced chaat items with ganja to get his customers addicted to eating them.

Konaraopet police raided Rizwan’s house after receiving information that he was mixing ganja in the mirchi bajjis made in his chaat stall. Rizwan was selling chat in the Nizamabad area of Konaraopet taluk. Sub Inspector Ramakanth and his team raided his house and seized 2.5kg ganja. Rizwan is a native of Uttar Pradesh and came to Telangana in the hopes of finding employment. 

Vijay, another individual from Uttar Pradesh lived nearby. He reportedly grew ganja in his backyard for his personal use as he is an addict. Rizwan who had set up his shop in front of Vijay’s house got the leaves from him, dried and powdered them to mix in the chaat items. He told the police that he laced the chaat items with ganja to get his customers addicted. Cops destroyed the ganja plants in Vijay’s backyard and both were arrested.

There have been many incidents of eateries and meat shops run by Muslims selling rotten meat, especially in Kerala. In a similar incident Islamil Yusuf, who runs a snack shop in Kosadi, Gujarat was caught selling beef filled samosas. Police arrested him after receiving information about beef being sold at the shop. They seized the vehicle transporting 2kg samosas and sent them for lab testing.

Samples were sent to the Regional Justice Assistant Science School in Surat for testing and the results confirmed the presence of beef in samosas. As per an Opindia report, Ismail has been booked by Gujarat police along with one Suleiman alias Sullu Salim Bheekhu and Nageen Vasava alias Simon Vasava who slaughtered cows near the Kosadi village river bank.

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