The 12 Tamils who were arrested by Andhra police in connection with red wood smuggling and they have been sentenced with 8 years of rigorous imprisonment. The Andhra Pradesh police had received information that red wood cutting had been happening in Cudappah forests near Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh.
Following this the police and forest officers had made a sudden visit to the forests and made investigations and arrested 20 Tamils in connection to red wood cutting and smuggling. From the arrested Tamils, 55 lakhs worth of red wood was captured, along with 4 vehicles.
They belonged to Tiruvannamalai, Krishnagiri, Vellore, and after court hearing they were sent to Cudappah prison, and with the bail rejected, the Chittoor court sentenced them to 8 years imprisonment. It must be noted that in 2015 Tamils were shot dead by Andhra police for red wood smuggling.
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