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FIR filed against Goa sub inspector in drugs case
Basuri Desai | 25 Jan 2011

Guddler, then serving Anti Narcotic Cell, was caught on camera selling drugs to two foreigner girls. The girls were closely related to Israeli drug lord David Driham alias Dudu, who was arrested by Guddler in a narcotic case.

GOA POLICE today registered case against Sub Inspector Sunil Guddler, who was exposed on tape for selling drugs to two foreigners, who were the kin of Israeli drug peddler David Driham alias Dudu.

Sources stated that Special Investigation Team (SIT) which is probing Guddler's case filed a First Information Report (FIR) against him.

Interestingly, the FIR also mentions that the complaint is against Guddler and his other accomplices, without specifying the other names.

The case under narcotics drugs and psychotropic substances (NDPS) act, Prevention of Corruption Act and section 120 (B) of Indian Penal Code has been registered against Guddler and his other accomplices.

Police spokesman Atmaram Deshpande said that the case has been registered but arrests would be executed only after the investigations are over.

The FIR was apparently registered after civil right activists led by Kashinath Shetye and Ketan Govekar approached the local court stating that the police were reluctant to act in the drug nexus case.

The petition filed before Judicial Magistrate First Class (JMFC) Panaji by the civil right activists also names former Superintendent of Police Veenu Bansal, who is now posted in Arunachal Pradesh and Home minister Ravi Naik’s son, Roy, as being involved in the nexus.

Police officials, however, refused to disclose whether Bansal and Roy Naik are accused in the case.

Guddler, then serving Anti Narcotic Cell, was caught on camera selling drugs to two foreigner girls. The girls were closely related to Israeli drug lord David Driham alias Dudu, who was arrested by Guddler in a narcotic case.