On Wednesday, actor-turned-politician Pawan Kalyan claimed that Andhra Pradesh has turned into a national narcotics hub, with 'ganja' (marijuana) being shipped to various parts of the country from the state. The Jana Sena leader claimed on Twitter that Andhra Pradesh has become a narcotics hotspot with a plethora of drug lords at all levels.
The entire nation is suffering as a result of the current government's leaders' willful inaction," Pawan Kalyan wrote. To back up his claims, the Jana Sena leader posted alleged video clips of police officials from various states and cities, He said
During my 'Porata Yatra' in 2018, which was meant to know the socio-economic issues of people of the state, in the tribal areas of Andhra-Orissa border I had received many complaints about health, unemployment, illegal mining and about 'ganja trade and its mafia, the actor said in tweet.
"Andhra Pradesh, the nation's 'Narcotics Hub,' also supplies ganja to Pune, Mumbai, and Maharashtra." "Hyderabad City-Police Commissioner' Sri Anjani Kumar, (IPS) giving out details about how narcotics are being transported from AP to the rest of the country," tweeted Jana Sena leader Pawan with an alleged clip from a TV news channel's report about the seizure of 312 kg of the contraband.