Peddler selling drugs to students nabbed at Xavier college

PTI, PANAJI | 11 March 2010 20:38 IST

Anti Narcotic Cell (ANC) police today arrested a security guard attached to state’s renowned educational institute for selling drugs.

Nepali national, Bahadur alias Bhagwan Singh,50, working for the last 20 years with St Xavier College in Mapusa, 9 kms away from here, was apprehended with charas in his possession at the college gate this morning.

Superintendent of Police (ANC) Veenu Bansal told PTI that there were several complaints from the students about the watchman prompting the raid.

Bansal said that the decoy customer was sent to the watchman, last night at 11.30 p.m, who obliged the customer with the charas. The police raid traced 850 gms of charas in his possession.

The drugs confiscated is worth Rs 90,000.

St Xavier's College is a renowned institution run by Christian missionaries with more than one thousand students studying there.

Police sources stated that the watchman was selling drugs to the students.

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Goa police can only catch the end people involved and outsiders. What about the localites and foreigners involved?

- Ballu , Pune | 24 th March 2010 23:41

 

law and order as far as policing goes is all about showing statistics.

They have to one in a while register small cases like they catch matka bookies and confiscate say Rs. 269/- OR if you want to register theft of your mobile they tell you to register as lost so that in the statistics it does not fall under THEFTS.

- anthony alvares, navelim | 22 nd March 2010 12:15

 

Well said by everyone.

Hope Mr. Bansal is reading all this.

- JoeGoaUk, Goa | 16 th March 2010 14:52

 

Guys like Bansal are fit only to catch people like the Gurkha selling dope in the college. Can he go out and catch the drug sellers like Atala, Dudu etc? These guys surrendered themselves.

- Joe Noronha, Panjim | 15 th March 2010 18:31

 

hi Bansal

Please catch your staff first to take bride to do all this nusiance and show to public how strict you are.

same time dont sell the confisticated Drug in the Market through your Staff.

try to clean your department and then Goa wil get cleaned of Drug & mafia easily

- LURDES, Bahrain | 15 th March 2010 14:06

 

the press, the Media, The police , The athourities don't know what to do really.

- clement, porvorim goa | 13 th March 2010 18:09

 

Oh Bansal, good at least you people suddenly wake up from your siesta. I can not believe that this trade was going on for past 10 years and you had turned a nelson's eye on this? How come suddenly you realised to nab him? Well, the facts are written on the wall. How many more to come? We are waiting

- Mukhtar Shaikh, Panaji | 13 th March 2010 11:22

 

Good that some action is being taken. But the most important thing is to nab the king-pins or big fish behind the curtain of the drug trade! Catching small fish without going to the roots will not do much good!

- Vishwas Prabhudesai, Loliem | 12 th March 2010 08:36

 

When a PI job is bribed by the Minister for about 25 Lakhs INR what kind of morals/ethics should we expect from such men/women in uniform.

Even for Constables there is a bribe ... RTO everyone knows about it

So until the bosses who make the decisions are not nailed this mess is going to continue ... we need a revolution not against politicians but every Wrong Human being who uses the wrong ways to get over the law.

Stronger Civilian Law and a faster Judiciary can make this happen.

- Amit , Goa | 12 th March 2010 02:02

 

Mr. Veenu Bansal, when are you going to raid and nab the guys who are selling drugs along the beaches and those are not in grams but in kilos? Can you catch these guys? Do you have the guts to go and raid these guys, who are top shots and making money in lakhs and crores? Were the drugs caught worth only 90,000/- and were they only 850 gms? I don’t think so. You went for an easy target to earn some glory. Your own departmental Inspector! You could not raid and catch him. Anyhow this is a very small victory for you without any cheers because this was done due to the pressure from the students who kept on complaining about it. And please stop giving vague statements to the press. Start keeping a track along the beaches where all this nonsense goes on day and night. Any how this is a very very small step in the right direction. Wake up GOA POLICE, it is time to hit the rod – Menino (Valpoi)

- Menino G. P. T. Fernandes (Valpoi/UK), United Kingdom of Great Britain | 11 th March 2010 22:15

 

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