Cannabis plants valued at over Rs 5 million were uprooted by CID de Flacq sleuths in Bramstan yesterday Saturday 28 January. This operation was carried out under the supervision of inspectors Musan, Sibnaut and Dyudhary after receiving information about the sowing of cannabis in a vacant lot far from the houses.
Three teams of CID detectives combed the wasteland and came across over 1,200 plants, most of which are almost a meter tall.
CID officers were on duty for about 30 minutes to track down the owner of this cannabis crop, but to no avail.
The plants were uprooted and the CID initiated an investigation.
Bramstan: over 1200 cannabis plants uprooted