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    The Telangana State Anti-Narcotics Bureau (TSNAB) has caught a person who has been illegally possessing alprazolam/diazepam for 25 years. The accused, Sukka Narsimha Goud, used to transport the drugs from suppliers in Delhi. His son, Rajashekar Goud, has also been arrested. Two other receivers, Gundumalla Venkataiah and Golla Ramesh, managed to escape with a total of 27 kgs of the drugs.

    According to TSNAB, Narsimha used to get alprazolam from a person named Bhatia in Delhi since 1995. After Bhatia’s death, he started receiving the drugs from Pramod Singh through Metro Courier Services, and he would send the money through Hawala. Narsimha buys the alprazolam for Rs 2.4 lakhs per kg and sells it for Rs 3.5 lakhs per kg.

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    Narsimha sells around 30 to 40 kgs of alprazolam every month. He also gets the drug from other sources like Vittal Goud and his son Narender Goud. His son, Rajashekar Goud, had seven kgs of alprazolam in his possession, which they planned to supply to toddy depots in Kollapur Town and Singotam Village.

    The police have found that Narsimha Goud and his family members acquired illegal properties through the sale of alprazolam drugs. These properties include a three-storey building in Gachibowli worth Rs 3.5 crores, three open plots at Gachibowli worth Rs 5.4 crores, nine acres of agricultural land at Kollapur village worth Rs 90 lakhs, six acres of agricultural land at Ankiraopally village worth Rs 14 lakhs, four acres of agriculture land at Pentlavelli village worth Rs 1.6 crore, and two acres of land in the outskirts of Kollapur Town worth Rs two crores.

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    Narsimha Goud also invested in chit funds and gave loans to people he knew. There are still other movable and immovable properties that need to be identified.

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