Lahore Police is committed to curb the drug menace : CCPO – DN
According to the sources of Daily Notable, Lahore Police Chief Ghulam Mehmood Dogar has said that Lahore Police is committed to curb the drug menace among the youth but teachers and parents also have a duty to focus on character building for a better future for their children.
Drugs are being sold on mobile phones and are being delivered to homes. Drug dealers are not sincere with the children of Lahore. The police are performing their duties well but all stockholders must play a vital role to curb the menace.
He was talking on Drug Addiction among our youth and role of focal person, the program organized by Drug Advisory Training Hub (DATH) and YOCFAN. SP Civil Lines Syed Safdar Ali Kazmi was also participated as guest and Syed Zulfiqar Hussain Consultant, Anti Drugs/Narcotics Campaign, Dr. Shoaib Zafar, Dr. Ikram ul Islam, Mr. Adeel Rashid, Syed Mohsin Zulfiqa, Murtaza Saddiqui and Saima Shahzad were also present on the occasion.
Ghulam Mahmood Dogar said that cases were registered against 1353 drug dealers in 45 days. Syed Zulfiqar Hussain, Dr. Shoaib Zafar in-charge School Program Mohsin Zulfiqar and Director Coordination Adeel Rashid Saima Shehzad, Murtaza Siddiqui and Dr. Ikram were also present.
Lahore Police Chief Ghulam Mehmood Dogar said that Drug Advisory Training Hub Syed Zulfiqar Hussain’s anti-drug services will be awarded Lahore Police Certificate of Appreciation. Ghulam Mahmood Dogar said that cases were registered against 1353 drug dealers in 45 days. Syed Zulfiqar Hussain said that the increase in deaths due to drugs is a matter of concern for all of us.
He said that there is no shortage of drug addicts in 120 places in Lahore. Crystal Ice is an expensive drug. Gatka, heroin, cocaine. He said that there was no shortage of cannabis, hashish, hashish and other drugs and injections.
He said that in collaboration with Lahore police, work should be done against drug menace in educational institutions. – PUNA