The trial of International Drugs felon David alias Tony is ongoing.The trial is being held amid heavy security in a separate room in Punjagutta PS.Police are questioning Tony after preparing a special questionnaire.A translator was also set up to interrogate Tony.
Police are investigating the links between the nine arrested consumers.An investigation is underway into how many more people have contacts in Hyderabad.
Hyderabad police on Saturday took into custody drug Peddler Tony, a key member of an International gang.He is currently in judicial remand and will be remanded in Punjagutta police custody till Wednesday (five days) for further investigation.Police removed Tony from the Chanchalguda jail.Police found that Tony had sold Drugs wholesale to 34 traders.A petition has already been filed to hand over the traders to custody.The Nampally court did not allow the custody of the seven arrested along with him.Hyderabad police on Friday filed a petition in the high court in this regard.
CP CV Anand took a key decision with the intention that the supply would stop if the demand for Drugs in the city was reduced.
Drug dealers and consumers have been arrested as never before.A total of 23 people has been named as accused in the Drugs case.
With the exception of Tony and three agents, the rest of the customers are from large families in the city.Ten of them are still on the run.
Tony, who hails from Nigeria and has been living illegally in Mumbai, has been running the Drugs Mafia since 2013.He has been supplying Drugs to Hyderabad almost since then.
Police suspect that there may be up to 60 people on his list of customers.Tony, who mainly supplies cocaine, once sold it for Rs 20,000 a gram.
Police suspect that those who spend money at this level are the wealthiest.
Police suspect he has links with the operators of some of the city’s star hotels, pubs and resorts.
Tony will be interrogated at Panjagutta base from Saturday.We will find out how many business people he has relationships with.
Special teams are on the lookout for fugitives, “said Joel Davis, DCP, Western Region.