Kerala is home of making Drugs

Kerala is home of making Drugs, Is India the drug hub? Do you think Kerala is the centre of all this happening around India?

The drug mafia has expanded its reach in Kerala, opening “cooking” centers in various locations to prepare MDMA drugs. They’ve resorted to this ruse because it’s become increasingly difficult for them to transport MDMA drugs from Bangalore and Chennai to Kerala due to increased government vigilance.

MDMA (3,4-Methylenedioxy Methamphetamine), also known as ecstasy, E, or molly, is a psychoactive drug used mainly for recreational purposes. The drug mafia has begun preparing MDMA substance in the state and supplying it to various centers, according to intelligence agencies and the Excise special squad.

The recent drug busts at Poovar in Thiruvananthapuram and the No.18 hotel in Fort Kochi resulted in the seizure of a large quantity of MDMA in both crystal and powder form. Following the drug seizure in Kochi, an investigation was launched that revealed powerful cinema connections and Kasaragod ties among those supplying dangerous chemical drugs.

Through the Walayar checkpoint, the investigating agencies have also learned that “cooking centers” exist in Thiruvananthapuram, Ernakulam, and Malappuram, according to those involved in drug trafficking.

The police have also learned of 12 such cooking establishments. Authorities are concerned that these centers will be able to supply drugs in greater quantities to more areas.

Four cooking centers were discovered closed after the events surrounding the arrest of No.18 hotel owner Roy in Fort Kochi in connection with the deaths of two models.

One of the youths apprehended during a drug party at a professional college in a northern district turned out to be a relative of one of the officials in charge of anti-drug operations in Kerala, causing a major embarrassment to the anti-drug agencies. Furthermore, the number of drugs delivered to Kerala via courier service has increased.

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