‘Royal’ growing pot in custody

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KUWAIT CITY, May 13: In a recent operation conducted by the General Administration for Combating Narcotics, a member of the ruling family was apprehended for cultivating marijuana in his residence, along with three individuals of Asian nationality found in possession of narcotic substances. The Criminal Security Sector, responsible for overseeing such operations, disclosed that the raid resulted in the confiscation of a significant quantity of illicit substances.

According to a statement issued by the Security Relations and Media Department, the seizure included 270 marijuana seedlings of varying sizes, approximately 5,130 kilograms of processed marijuana, 4,150 Captagon pills, 620 marijuana cigarettes, 50 grams of hashish, and 21 grams of cocaine. Additionally, law enforcement officials discovered six cans of marijuana oil, 27 grams of psychedelic mushrooms, two marijuana electronic cigarettes, three pieces of marijuana-infused sweets, and ten bottles of alcohol.

Authorities have taken all necessary legal measures to ensure that the accused individuals and the confiscated items are promptly referred to the Narcotics Prosecution for further action. The Ministry reiterates its commitment to maintaining stringent security measures to combat the illicit trade and distribution of narcotics, emphasizing that no individual, regardless of their social status, is exempt from the law.

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