Bilaspur police in Chhattisgarh burn 12.767 tonnes of marijuana

Police burn 12.767 tonnes of ganja at a biomass plant in Chhattisgarh . Cough syrups, tablets, and injections were crushed and buried in a pit .

Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh) India – May 25 – Bilaspur Police burnt 12.767 tonnes of ganja at a biomass plant in Chhattisgarh on Friday, according to a drug disposal survey.According to police, ganja burning gives off about five MW of electricity.Cough syrups, tablets, and injections were crushed and buried in a pit.The burning of ganja produces around five MW of electricity, according to Ratan Lal Dangi IGP, Bilaspur region.According to Surguja police, Chhattisgarh Police arrested nine men for allegedly smuggling Ganja interstate and recovered 70 kgs of Ganja, valued at Rs 70 lakh in the international market, in May this year.The drugs were confiscated in 2018 from different areas of the Kokrajhar district and set to fire in the presence of Special DGP L R Bishnoi, Superintendent of Police.

He also expressed his appreciation for the public's reaction to their work.We are getting a lot of support from the public, and I believe that with the help of the general public, we can prevent the selling of drugs and psychotropic drugs, he said.