Section 24 of DMTA allowed police to arrest and charge persons for manufacture and production of prohibited drugs. The sections states that A person who manufactures or produces, or who knowingly takes part in the manufacture or production of, a prohibited drug is guilty of an offence.
The term “manufacture” is defined in section 3 DMTA:
“to make up, prepare, produce, process (including by extracting or refining), package or label the psychoactive substance”.
Note: the maximum penalty a fine of 2,000 penalty units or imprisonment for a term of 15 years, or both for all drugs including precursors.
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