Drug trade: Ex-NASA scientist arrested from Hyderabad

Drug trade: Ex-NASA scientist arrested from Hyderabad

Hyderabad: Continuing efforts to smoke those involved in drug trafficking, banning and excise detectors Wednesday arrested a former NASA scientist and assistance for drug trafficking.

Special staff arrested Anish Dundoo, 29, and his friend Ritul Agarwal, 26. After analyzing the details of the cell phone call and telephone records 10 hawkers arrested in recent weeks, the Department’s Special Task Force (STF) Of excise duty has zeroed in on the duo. Several guilty detainees also confirmed the traffic activity and Anish Ritul during the interrogation.

STF detectors picked up Anish’s office near Paradise in Secunderabad and, based on information provided by him, Ritul was later picked up at Nampally.
STF sensors took 16 Lish Anish transfers and 1.2 kilograms of Ritul cannabis.

During the preliminary investigation, the STF detectors learned that Anish is a student at the prestigious Doon School in Dehradun. After school, he pursued his Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering and Astronautics from the University of Cincinnati in the United States.

Special Tax Pilots said Anish had even worked for a year with NASA before moving to Hyderabad in 2012 to create his own business. “At present, Anish is commercially Bitcoin and other companies,” an official inquiry said.

Anish told doctors about the drug use he had bought in the market “madness” in the dark network pay through bitcoins.

“Since May 2017, Anish has bought several narcotics, including cocaine, LSD and MDMA in the dark network at least eight times. It is in drug trafficking,” said a STF official.

Anish had Ritul there about two years ago through friends in common. Since then, ritual worked for him as a drug dealer. Ritul, a resident of Somajiguda, completed BBA ICFAI Business School in Hyderabad and currently manages the family steel business.

The duo told dealers that the packaging of drugs received by Mail has seen Dutch postage stamps. They were produced in court and sent to custody.

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