Three women among six held for selling 'ice drugs' to students, parties in Karachi

Three TT pistols and over 3 kilogrammes of illicit drugs, including pills, were recovered from suspects’ possession


News Desk February 28, 2019
The gang involved in selling of drugs to students and private parties in Karachi. PHOTO: EXPRESS

Police busted on Thursday a gang of six people, including three women, for allegedly selling crystal methamphetamine, also known as crystal-meth or ice, to students in Karachi.

According to Express News, the group of six were allegedly involved in selling drugs to youngsters in educational institutions and private parties in the metropolis.

SSP East Ghulam Azfar said that the police had arrested the gang members – identified as Rohail Shakeel, Waqas Vikki and Abdul Raheem; and their female accomplices Muskan, Laiba and Humera – who were also wanted in other cases.

Three TT pistols and over 3 kilogrammes of illicit drugs, including pills, were recovered from the suspects’ possession.

Ice bust: K-P Police arrest four for selling crystal-meth on campuses

According to SHO Sharea Faisal, the six suspects were arrested from the areas of Dalmia and Drig Road during raids and an FIR had been registered against them.

On November 21, last year Khyber-Pakhunkhwa police arrested four suspects for selling drugs to students and recovered crystal-meth from them besides the usual haul of heroin, hashish and opium.

COMMENTS (1)

Bunny Rabbit | 2 years ago | Reply They are not at fault fully. they were merely supplying for the demand . Educate teh students not to use it and this business will auto stop . Cut the porblem at the root I say .
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