Meet the man from Telangana who became a millionaire by making meth

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An Indian Walter White kind of story!

34-year-old I. Ramesh when came to Hyderabad, he had only dreamt of completing his science degree. But this was 20 years ago, now Ramesh is a multi-millionaire college drop-out who has assets worth several crores, He has a partnership in a hotel in Singapore, and many expensive plots in Mallapur, and other places.

Ramesh was a blue collar employee in a growing chemical industry, he had come with his friends from his native village, Hanumanwadi of Bhongir. Though they had  jobs but they remained poor. Ramesh was ambitious and he wanted to make big. And somehow he did.

What did Ramesh do for a living that changed his life?

Ramesh owns a multi-crore narcotic drug industry, located in the outskirts of the city. His chemical factories manufacture meth (Methamphetamine) and other synthetic substances like, Ketamine, Ephedrine, Methaqualone and other varieties.

Ramesh had no qualifications for becoming a chemist, only his experience at chemical industries gave him all the confidence to make big the wrong way! Meth is one of the most expensive drugs in the world and so it was obvious that Ramesh has made millions of money in the last 3 years.

When the Special Investigation Team of Cyberabad police busted his gang, they were in the process of smuggling 13.5 kg Meth to Chennai.

“It was only after his arrest that we came to know that he owned properties worth crores. But we worked on it and closed all the loopholes before catching him,” said SOT inspector Narsing Rao, who led the operation.

Ramesh is now in the custody of Cyberabad police, and Narcotics Control Bureau officials will soon take him into custody to find out his sources and friends. in the business.

“There could be many more such gangs active in the city with secret labs on the outskirts. We are trying to understand the structure, and are preparing to bust a few more places,” said an SOT official.

The news is originally reported by Deccan Chronicle.

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