Man arrested for growing ganja on the terrace
Hyderabad: Sleuths of the LB Nagar Special Operations Team (SOT) raided a house in Vanasthalipuram and arrested a man for cultivating ganja on the terrace of his house.
The accused Sai Revanth Varma, a ganja addict, was found cultivating cannabis trees at home. He confessed that he had brought the seeds from Andhra Pradesh to cultivate trees on the terrace of his house for his own consumption, Vanasthalipuram police said.
Police destroyed 11 ganja plants and seized cannabis seeds and wrappers from his possession.
He was handed over to the Vanasthalipuram police along with the seized goods and booked under the NDPS Act. He was remanded to judicial custody.
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