Justice Saptam Sanjay Chaudhary ordered the police to submit all of the seized ganja to the court docket. A strange reply was given by the police. The police advised the court docket by a report that each one the seized ganja was eaten by rats. The police knowledgeable that each one the hashish can’t be produced within the court docket because it has been eaten by rats.
The Mathura police advised the court docket that there is no such thing as a place within the warehouse that may be protected from rats. Rats ate nearly all of the marijuana. We destroyed what little remained, the police mentioned within the report. On this, the choose suggested the police to watch out. Make preparations to stop rats from getting into the police station and storage room, the choose ordered.
Mathura: A strange incident has taken place in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura. 581 kg ganja seized in Mathura police station was destroyed by rats. This is talked about within the report submitted by the police within the court docket. Mathura police had seized 581 kg of ganja in two main operations. The ganja was stored in a storage home within the police station.