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Indian authority has arrested two Nigerian women, Adaze Jaye, 43, and Lagantius Chamika, 23, with 65 grams of mephedrone.

The Pushkar Police in India were said to have arrested them with on Sunday, 29th October, according to First India, a local newspaper.

It was reported that a total of 65 grams of mephedrone, 65,000 Indian Rupee, and a digital wave machine were seized from the suspects.

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The value of the seized drugs was also estimated to be approximately 600,000 Indian Rupee. The police in-charge, Rakesh Yadav, said that police have registered a case against both under the NDPS Act and started an investigation.

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Yadav added that the higher officials and the control room have also been informed.

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