STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Aiming to aggressively fight war against the drug abuse and the drug mafia, Jammu and Kashmir Police (JKP) and Team Jammu on Monday pledged to curb the menace.
Team Jammu Chairman Zorawar Singh Jamwal led delegation this afternoon called on Director General of Police Dr S.P Vaid here and submitted the memorandum on rising drugs issue besides apprising him of factual situation on the ground.
Zorawar briefed the DGP about the rising number of drug abuse cases despite noose tightened by the police against the menace in the region.
Jamwal in a memorandum submitted to the DGP has expressed that in the past two years, more than 200 youth including some girls lost their lives due to drugs use.
The duo discussed about the concern in threadbare and pledged to fight against it more aggressively.
DGP, who has issued directions to his subordinates across the region over the issue, said that Jammu and Kashmir Police will leave no stone unturned to counter and curb drug menace besides gripping the drug mafia.
Quoting an example of departmental action against the cop found indulged into drug supply, the DGP assured that black sheep within the department, if any, will have to face action.
He assured further to Team Jammu of extending full support in fighting against drug menace.
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