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“Future of youth at stake”; Drug trafficking and drug use must be eradicated

“Future of youth at stake”; Drug trafficking and drug use must be eradicated

Positive results of personal efforts of union Home Minister Amit Shah and Lt Governor Manoj Sinha

Jammu and Kashmir Police conducted an effective crackdown, hundreds of smugglers were arrested, dozens of properties were confiscated

Aadil Bashir Dar

Srinagar: In Jammu and Kashmir, especially in the valley, although the end of guns is near and the local youth are now completely helpless against the ravages of guns, they seem proud to keep themselves away from it, but the enemies have started drug trafficking and its use. It has started a dangerous attempt to make the future of the young generation dark by laying another trap, which Union Home Minister Amit Shah has personally moved to break, along with Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha’s Self-monitoring anti-narcotics operations which is showing positive results. As the shadow of drug addiction is looming over the future of our coming generations, a strong campaign against drug dealers has been launched under the active guidance of the Home Minister. The Lt. Governor, in coordination with the directives of the Ministry of Home Affairs, has spearheaded a proactive initiative to curb the menace of narcotics that is plaguing our society. Swift action by the Jammu and Kashmir Police has resulted in the arrest of several notorious drug peddlers against whom not only proceedings are ongoing in the courts, but hundreds of notorious traffickers and drug dealers have also been sent to jail. Those involved in both the supply and distribution of drugs now face legal consequences under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act. The police crackdown on drug peddlers has not only raised their concerns but also seized their properties and vehicles, striking at the financial roots of this nefarious trade. In a landmark move, the Supreme Court’s Instructions have been issued to establish separate courts to deal with cases related to drug offences. This special approach ensures that the legal system is equipped to deal effectively and decisively with those involved in drug trafficking. The establishment of NDPS courts is an important step towards ensuring that justice in these cases is delivered speedily and efficiently.At the same time, the police, along with the legal system, have linked the ill-gotten gains of these criminals and this is a strong message that the consequences of drug trafficking go beyond mere imprisonment.The directive to set in motion the process of setting up additional NDPS courts underscores the administration’s commitment to speedy disposal and adjudication of drug-related cases. This joint effort represents a collective commitment to protect the future of our society. By systematically dismantling the infrastructure of the drug trade pave the way for a safer and healthier tomorrow for future generations. The ongoing campaign serves as a beacon of hope, reminding us that through the joint efforts we can break the chains of addiction and create a brighter future for our youth.

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