Disclosure of another racket of intoxicating students
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 - 8:29
A pharmacy that had sold a drug usually administered to neuro patients for intoxicating schoolchildren was raided at the Maggona town in Kalutara.
A police officer who participated in the raid told our news team that more than 200 capsules of the relevant drug were recovered from the pharmacy.
Pharmacy owners had sold a capsule of this drug at a rate between rupees 50 and 60 to schoolchildren.
Reports say that the pharmacy owner and another person had been arrested.
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