The plants were seen by the workers who were repairing the air conditioning units in the building. They immediately informed the police. They informed the police because they were suspicious about the plants.
Then the police team reached the spot. The apartment was raided. Six plants were found here. A fully equipped tent nursery was here.
The police found the implements used for farming. The accused prepared the apartment for agriculture. Police have announced further investigation into the incident. The country has a law that prohibits the cultivation of narcotic plants. The maximum punishment for drug trafficking is death.
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came directly to the minister with the complaint; Rahana and Nisha got priority ration card
Rahana, a native of Perumatura, was in crisis without a ration card. Rahana’s card was denied on the ground that the house was in an outlying land. Rahana did not get home electricity connection or other government benefits as she did not have a ration card. Then Rahana came to the taluk adalam before the Minister of Food and Public Distribution Department GR Anil with a complaint. The minister sympathetically considered Rahana’s complaint and immediately issued a ration card.
Nisha, a native of Karti, came to Karti seeking a priority card for the treatment of her five-year-old son, who is differently-abled, and for the education of her elder son. Minister G. for baby Neeraj who came with his mother. R is also curious to see Anil. Minister’s assurance that the card will be issued soon after seeking the child’s well-being information. Within hours of filing the complaint, Nisha received the priority card. Nisha and Neeraj returned smiling after receiving the card from the minister.