CM KCR Gives Strong Instructions to Prevent STOP Ganja

 Chief Minister Sri K Chandrasekhar Rao has instructed the police and excise officials to wipe out Opium’s illegal cultivation, usage and stamp it down with a firm feet. The CM has addressed the high level meeting of officials from these two departments at Pragathi Bhavan here on Wednesday.

The CM said with reports that the usage of    Cannabis (Ganja) is on the increase, there is an urgent need arisen to declare all out war against the drug abuse. The CM said before the situation goes out of hands and becomes severe one should be on alert. He instructed the officials concerned to prepare a comprehensive action plan to totally eradicate the ganja production.

KCR Instructed Police and Excise Official to WIPE OUT GANJA

“We have achieved Telangana state after a long fight. We have achieved several targets with development as the sole aim.  With the development that we have achieved in agriculture sector, crops are being cultivated in 1.30 Crore acres.  The state is marching ahead of Punjab in the agriculture sector. Through Mission Bhagiratha, safe and pure drinking water is supplied to even remote villages in the forest areas. 

We have achieved a wonderful result in the power sector. Whatever we have aspired during the Telangana statehood movement, we have been fulfilling and marching ahead. We have won appreciation within the country and world over. 99 per cent of the worldwide corporations are investing huge funds in the state. It is due to the excellent law and order situation that our police with their professional skills and capabilities are maintaining, we are able to attract such huge investments,” the CM said.

“We have successfully controlled extremism in the state. Behind this victory, there are sacrifices from the police force. They have waged a valiant fight. With this, the prestige and respect of the state has gone up. It is unfortunate that while the state is making rapid strides in development, the availability of the banned drugs has increased,” the CM said.

“If we do not remove this malady, there is a danger that the results of all the victories that we have registered so far will go waste. The police and Excise department officials should take a serious note of these warning bells. I have convened this high level meeting with lot of pain and concern. One can assess the situation based on the reports that the estranged youth are forming WhatsApp groups, exchanging messages and taking the drugs. 

Innocent youth are becoming prey to the drug peddlers. Due to usage of the banned drugs, the mental situation of youth will be harmed and it may lead to some of them committing suicides. De-addiction is a complicated and long procedure. The government is ready to provide anything to you to control this. Eradicate the Ganja mafia and don’t spare the criminals whoever they may be,” the CM said.

The CM wanted the constitution of a special Cell with DG level officer as the head. The CM instructed the Excise Commissioner Sarfraj Ahmed to strengthen the Enforcement wing and the flying squads. He wanted special surveillance at the educational institutions. 

The CM wanted increase in number of check posts at the state borders, strengthening of the communication network and providing the required vehicles. He wanted the State Intelligence department to form a special wing for this. The CM made it clear that the officials who help get good results in eradicating Ganja, will be given cash awards, rewards and special promotions.

“Telangana police are regarded as the best police. Keep it up. Study the places in the country where Ganja is controlled effectively.

 Illicit liquor and playing cards clubs are again coming up in the state. In the past, women have appreciated the way the state government has controlled the playing cards clubs. Take stringent measures that this malady is not surfaced again in the society. Playing cards should end in the state. We have earned name in development and welfare sectors in the country. The police and excise department should work in coordination and enhance the state’s prestige by totally eradicating this drug menace and even the seeds of the cannabis should not be found in the state. Make our state as the drug-free State,” the CM instructed.

In this meeting, Home Minister Sri Mahmood Ali, Excise Minister Sri V. Srinivas Goud, former Minister Sri Kadiam Srihari, Government’s Chief Advisor Sri Rajiv Sharma, Chief Secretary Sri Somesh Kumar, Advisor (Home department) Sri Anurag Sharma, DGP Sri M Mahender Reddy, CM Principal Secretary Sri S Narsing Rao, Secretaries Ms Smita Sabharwal, Sri Seshadri, Sri Rahul Bojja, Sri Bhoopal Reddy, Sri Rajsekhar Reddy and others participated.

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