Sepahijala (Tripura) [India], September 13 (ANI): Approximately 3 lakh ganja saplings were destroyed by the Border Security Force (BSF) along with the Police and forest officials in Tripura's Sepahijala district as part of a special drive against narcotics.
As per the BSF, the saplings of the narcotic substance were cultivated in approximately 25-hectares of forest land near the Ghatighar village here and were destroyed by 74 battalion BSF personnel on Saturday.
"On September 12, during a special drive against narcotics, troops of Border outpost, Anandpur, 74BnBSF along with Police and Forest Officials destroyed approx. 3,00,000 immature Ganja saplings cultivated in approx. 25-hectare forest land near Ghatighar village in the Sonamura area of Tripura's Sepahijala district. (ANI)