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Page added on April 29, 2012

Man arrested with 20 packets of illegal drugs

Police have arrested a 36 year-old man in possession of 20 bullet-sized packets of illegal drugs.

The man was identified as Hassan Azeez, 36 of Farimakoni house in Hithadhoo, Addu City.

Police said the man was arrested while he was at the airport to go Addu City.

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One Comment on "Man arrested with 20 packets of illegal drugs"

  1. Gaand e rasool on Mon, 30th Apr 2012 2:31 AM 

    Shariya only prohibits possession of alcohol, there is no ban on possession of drugs in Islam!


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