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    Drugs finding way into school and college campus in Hyderabad. Parents worried.

    Most of the parents are choosing the reputed schools and colleges for their wards with the high hope that they will nurture their children with good studies and behavior. But drug mafia in Hyderabad has targeted school children and college boys and girls by selling drugs which has become big menace. How the drug peddlers are entering the campus and how the students getting targeted is the big question posed by Educational Institutions Management and also parents. Now the TRS government is going to have separate police force to check the drug menace.
  • #602652
    If the information is correct, the both the Central Government and State Government shoul take action immediately. The Governments (State and Central) should arrest drug peddlars, destroy drugs and acetic anhydride (the chemical which is used to converst opium to heroine), close the drug factories and stop circulation of drug money which eventually is used in terror and anti-national activities.
    The guardians and elders should take care of their children/wards, take the necessary help from hospitals and psychologists for rehabilitation of drug adicts. Common people from every social stratum should report smallest incidence of drug abuse and drug-peddlars to the Government.
    Drug can finish an entire generation in no time. Throughout the world there are ample evidences to prove this fact. In India also, the previous generation of North-Eastern States and present generation of Punjab prove the horrible effect of drug on youth.
    Stop this menace by any means.

    Caution: Explosive. Handle with care.

  • #602653
    Here I am quoting the press which appeared as under " Authorities here have asked as many as 27 colleges and 26 schools to take steps to check use of drugs by their students after a probe found that over 1,000 students, some of them as young as 13 are using 'high-end' drugs like LSD and MDMA "
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #602655
    Yes, this has been reported, and last night, there was a discussion on this menace, on one of the news channels.

    What is being reported is that the drug is being sold concealed in candies. It is an odourless, tasteless and colourless substance, which can easily be infused into foods that children and teens eat. It can go undetected in cakes, pastries and other edible items.

    A few arrests have been made in this connection.

    "A love affair with knowledge will never end in heartbreak" - Michael Garrett Marino

  • #602656
    Even chocolates are used to infuse the drugs inside and supply to the school children. That is alarming.
    K Mohan
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #602658
    I recently read a news about Kancha and Drugs peddler who were imprisoned. This is sad to know. Both the culprit, students or peddlers must be arrested and teach them a lesson so that people may take an example from them.

    Mostly on the states of India like Nagaland, in some remote area also both male and females use the so called SP drugs. It is terrible to know that both alcohol and drugs are effecting all the modern generation.

    Be the Hero of the zero hour!

  • #602659
    Really it is a very serious issue. The school going children at the age of 13 even don't know the difference between good and bad. They go by taste and appearance. Taking their innocence as a tool people playing with children. Nobody should tolerate this. It is increasing in Hyderabad. The parents are very worried. The state government should act very tough on this issue and immediately take action on all the culprits, so that it will not go from bad to worst.
    Parents also should watch very carefully the behaviour of their wards and any doubt it should be attacked immediately. If necessary they should change the school where their ward is studying and take proper care. Otherwise if they get addicted it is not possible to stop them. Another point is the financial freedom we are giving to children. We should see that they will not have money with them more than their needs. I know school children carrying thousands of rupees carrying in their purses. Parents are responsible for this. We should see that how much money the child is having, how he is spending and where to stop.
    A serious issue to be attacked from all sides.

    drrao
    always confident


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