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Bangladeshi arrested for selling ‘Farawla’ drug to students

Farawla pills

KUWAIT CITY, April 17: A Bangladeshi expatriate identified as “Jalal” was arrested for selling “Farawla” drug to students of schools in Fahaheel area, reports Al-Seyassah daily.

According to security sources, when Ahmadi Security Director Brigadier Abdullah Al-Safa received information about the illegal activity of the suspect prior to the start of exams, he notified the Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs at Ministry of Interior Major General Ibrahim Al-Tarrah, who in turn ordered him to arrest the suspect.

An undercover agent was sent to a lot in Fahaheel area to meet the suspect and purchase 20 Farawla pills. During the transaction, securitymen closed in on him and arrested him in possession of the drug. He admitted to selling the drug to students before and during the time of their examinations. He was referred with the confiscated drugs to the concerned authorities for further investigations.

By Munaf Nayef and Mishal Al-Sanousi Al-Seyassah and Agencies

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