Bangalore: Karnataka’s Prime Minister Basabaraji Bonmai called on young people on Sunday to join forces with the government in the fight against drugs. “Karnataka will be completely free from the threat of drugs with the help of young people,” he said.
The Prime Minister spoke after launching a state-wide campaign for drugs organized by the Interior Ministry in connection with Vijaya Karnataka.
“Energy is another name for young people,” Bonmai told young people to use this energy to build their bright future and bring glory to the nation.
Emphasizing the need to eradicate the drug threat from the state, he said he had instructed police to install CCTV cameras around all prominent colleges. “Camera must also be installed on university campuses and hostels. Strict measures will be taken against those who sell or use drugs on or around the university campus. Will be. “
“The state of Karnataka has declared a war with drugs. The state has surpassed the country in the amount of drugs seized and destroyed. It will engage in a relentless battle with drugs. Part of staying in Bangalore Foreigners have been found to be engaged in drug seizures. Strict measures have been taken against them. The NDPS Act is used to curb the threat of drugs. Has penetrated for the first time. The supply of drugs from overseas has been hampered. “
Anti-drug movements should be done in every home. He said the young man did not allow others to use the drug and had to pledge not to use it.
He urged young people to register for the Vijaya Karnataka campaign against drugs. The prime minister called those involved in the drug business a traitor and promised to be treated harshly.
https://www.siasat.com/ktaka-cm-calls-upon-youth-to-join-hands-in-war-against-drugs-2248436/ K’taka CM invites young people to participate in the fight against drugs