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    The Cyberabad Police Commissionerate in Rangareddy has taken strong action against illegal activities such as ganja transportation, unauthorised hookah centres, and the drug trade. Specialised units and coordinated operations have been launched to dismantle these criminal networks and keep the community safe.

    Law enforcement teams, including the police, Anti-Narcotics Cell, and Special Operations Team (SOT), have conducted targeted raids on locations known for illegal activities. As a result, a significant amount of ganja has been seized and multiple individuals involved in its transportation have been arrested. The police are working to trace the entire supply chain and apprehend all those connected to the illegal drug trade.

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    The crackdown has also focused on unlicensed hookah centres, which are associated with drug abuse and other unlawful activities. Many establishments have been found operating without the required licenses and permits. Investigations are underway to identify the masterminds behind these operations and ensure they face legal consequences.

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    In a recent operation by the Rajendranagar Zone Special Operations Team (SOT), a notorious marijuana gang involved in drug transportation was intercepted and apprehended. A Skoda car suspected of carrying a significant quantity of cannabis was seized, delivering a major blow to the illegal drug trade. Preliminary estimates suggest that approximately 155 kg of ganja were found in the vehicle.

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    The Cyberabad SOT police have also targeted inter-state marijuana smuggling, resulting in the apprehension of three gangs involved in transporting the illicit substance within the area. A breakthrough occurred near Shapur in the Balanagar zone, where authorities seized a staggering 753 kg of ganja. Two individuals associated with the operation were arrested, and a total of 758 kg of ganja and a DCM vehicle valued at Rs 2.35 crore were confiscated.

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    In addition, recent raids at a hookah centre in the jurisdiction of Attapur police station, Rangareddy district, led to the apprehension of 25 individuals. These operations aim to address concerns about unauthorised establishments involved in illegal activities.

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    Senior officials of the Commissionerate have praised the efforts of the police in combating criminal activities and ensuring public safety. They have reaffirmed their commitment to creating a secure environment for residents and pledged to continue these operations to eradicate illicit activities in the region.

    The Cyberabad Police Commissionerate encourages the public to support their fight against illegal activities by providing information about any suspicious or unlawful practices in their vicinity. Informants can be assured of complete confidentiality, and the police are committed to protecting their privacy and safety.

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