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Mathura Police reveals in court that rats consume 581 kg of marijuana stored in two police stations

Mathura Police of Uttar Pradesh submitted a report to a special court under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (1985), claiming that rats had consumed roughly 581 kilogrammes of marijuana that was kept in the warehouses of the Shergarh and Highway police stations.

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Mathura: Mathura Police of Uttar Pradesh submitted a report to a special court under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (1985), claiming that rats had consumed roughly 581 kilogrammes of marijuana that was kept in the warehouses of the Shergarh and Highway police stations. The submission of the report took place in response to a court order that had asked officials to produce the marijuana they had recovered in a case.

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In the Shergarh police station, about 386 kg of marijuana was stored, and in the Highway police station, about 195 kg was housed.

The additional district judge urged the officials to produce the evidence by November 26 in response to the report.

Meanwhile, Chhote Lal, the inspector of the Highway police station said water entered the warehouse during the heavy rain and flood in October, and the marijuana that was kept there was totally damaged. Like this, a similar kind of reason was given by Inspector Sonu Kumar of the Shergarh police station, who cited that the marijuana got spoiled due to heavy downpour and flooding.

The marijuana is estimated to be worth around Rs 60 lakh.

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