Doctor Arrested For Selling 'Ganja' Chocolates Online
By Vasanth Geddada : 30-Jan-2017
Hyderabad-based doctor Shujath Ali Khan prepared Marijuana-infused chocolates and sold online has been arrested by police. Going into details, he passed out of medical course in 2006 in Hyderabad and worked with Nizamsagar Institute of Medical Sciences till 2014. Soon after coming out of the institute, he set up his business.
A special team of Rachakonda Police have traced Shujath and arrested. He has been selling Marijuana-infused chocolates for the last two years through an Instagram account. Based on the dosage, cost range is varied. He sells from Rs 500 to Rs 1,800 per a piece.
“The doctor was also working as a gym consultant for fitness freaks to advice for protein intake,” said reports.
Shujath was able to get 3000 clients all over India sources said. Typical orders have been served through mail.
According to reports, police have seized a packet of marijuana chocolates which contained about 45 Pieces ready for delivering Vellore in Tamil Nadu.
“33-year-old man was arrested earlier for growing marijuana inside his three bedroom apartment under LED lights. About nine kg of marijuana along with 40 plants were seized from his residence,” reports said. Syed Shahed Hussain, 33 a resident of Manikonda was caught by police while he was selling marijuana to customers.