Drugs case: whistle-blowers too under Goa police`s scanner
The role of whistle-blowers in the policemen-drug lord nexus case would be probed by SIT, police sources said.
Panaji: The role of whistle-blowers in the policemen-drug lord nexus case would be probed by special investigation team (SIT), police sources said here.
An Israeli national Ayala Driham, and Kazak national Zarina had caught on camera Police Sub Inspector Sunil Guddler of Anti Narcotic Cell (ANC) selling them charas.
Ayala is a sister of drug lord David Driham alias Dudu, who was arrested by Guddler in February 2010. Zarina is Dudu`s girlfriend.
Police officials have now said that the role of Ayala and Zarina in the entire sting operation would be investigated.
A senior police official said that SIT -- formed to probe the Guddler case -- will summon the two girls for questioning, as it is also investigating whether they were involved in the drug trade.
After the sting operation -- footage of which was aired by local news channels in the first week of January – some photographs showing Dudu consuming drugs at his residence in Anjuna few days before his arrest came to light.
The photographs show Dudu with Ayala, Zarina and few other Israelis, two of them convicted in the drugs cases by Manali police.