According to their daily forecast, the same is very likely to occur at many places over South Interior Karnataka and at a few places over Coastal Karnataka and North Interior Karnataka as well. (PTI)
Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus News September 30 Highlights: On the basis of specific information, the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) Bengaluru zonal unit seized 750 tablets of MDMA and arrested four persons from the city.
According to NCB, the contraband was imported from the Netherlands via the darknet and paid through bitcoins. The accused have been identified as K Pramodh, mastermind Fahim and their associates, A Hashir and SS Shetty
According to NCB statement, Fahim learnt the concept of purchasing drugs online through a popular web series. He started purchasing crypto-currency and through crypto-currency ordered drugs from darknet.
The NCB officials said that Fahim would order the drugs at various locations across India and sell it to students from Manipal University – Udupi, NMAMIT College – Udupi, and also clubs at Manipal, Karnataka and SRM university, Chennai.
NCB said that further investigations into the case are underway.
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Kumaraswamy said the ‘slanderous statement is an insult’ to CM BS Yeddiurappa too. (PTI)
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Slamming Bengaluru South BJP MP Tejasvi Surya’s recent comments that Bengaluru had become the “epicentre of terror activities“, former chief minister H D Kumaraswamy Tuesday said the remark “is a disgrace to the city, which does not belong to militants”.
Kumaraswamy also demanded an apology. Taking to Twitter, Kumaraswamy wrote, “Some people having links with terrorist organisations were caught after the D J Halli incident. Our criticism must be against them… not the home of millions of people… Bengaluru does not belong to militants, it is ours… Bengaluru is our pride.”
Without naming the BJP leader, Kumaraswamy further said, “The insult made by some commentators within the BJP that Bengaluru is a centre of terror activities is a disgrace to the city. I saw in media how CM BS Yeddyurappa struggled to justify such a statement, at a press conference on Monday. This slanderous statement is an insult to the senior BJP leaders as well.”
Any queries and support related to COVID-19 in Karnataka, citizens can contact round-the-clock helpline numbers: 104 (toll-free) 91-80-4684-8600/6669-2000
Here are a few contacts that might come handy for you in emergency situations: BBMP Control room: 080-22221188 In case of power disruptions, contact BESCOM: 1912. If the water supply is hit in your area, contact BWSSB: 1916
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