HYDERABAD: A higher education dropout and his buddy rode on a bike for 600 km amid the lockdown from Hyderabad to Chhattisgarh.
They travelled up to Bhadrachalam and then crossed over to the neighbouring State. Nevertheless, this wasn’t for any crisis.
It was because 1 of the youths, Yashwanth Kumar, needed to procure ganja from the agency place on the Telangana-Chhattisgarh border.
He did procure two kg of ganja and commenced back again for Hyderabad with his friend Ganesh. Rachakonda police who were conducting car or truck checks nabbed Yashwanth at the Pantangi toll plaza late on Saturday but Ganesh escaped. The duo were stopped because pillion riding is prohibited now.
Ganesh jumped and fled the location. Law enforcement searched Yashwanth’s bicycle and located the ganja. Yashwanth hails from Jiyaguda in Hyderabad and has a legal previous.
He is addicted to ganja, but could not supply the similar thanks to the lockdown. Ganesh suggested that they could procure ganja from Chattisgarh very easily.
Accordingly, the duo began on a bicycle on Wednesday and reached the Sileru river on the Bhadrachalam border on Thursday. From there, they crossed around to Chhattisgarh and procured ganja at `3,000 per kg. They started again on Friday morning and attained Pantangi on Saturday evening. Yashwanth claimed the duo travelled by means of villages to stay away from law enforcement and bypassed nearly 100 checkposts. Choutuppal Inspector P Venkateshwarlu said Yashwanth has 19 bicycle theft circumstances in opposition to him.
ALL FOR A Substantial
Yashwanth Kumar, who is addicted to ganja, could not supply the intoxicant owing to the lockdown. His mate Ganesh prompt that they could get it in Chhattisgarh. The duo rode 600 km bypassing 100 law enforcement
checkposts to attain the Agency place near Bhadrachalam