In an effort to combat the drug menace in the state, Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha recently praised the state police for their proactive measures in making Tripura drug-free. The Chief Minister congratulated the state police during a recent meeting with senior police officials.
The Chief Minister stated that the state police had taken strict action against drug traffickers and had succeeded in reducing drug trafficking in the state. He also appreciated the police force for conducting regular anti-drug campaigns in schools and colleges to create awareness among students about the harmful effects of drugs.
During the meeting, the Chief Minister discussed the need for more cooperation between the police and the public in the fight against drugs. He urged citizens to come forward and report any suspicious activities related to drug trafficking to the authorities, and assured them that their identities would be kept confidential.
The Chief Minister also emphasized the need for more effective measures to prevent drug abuse, such as rehabilitation programs for drug addicts and counseling services for families affected by drug abuse. He urged the police force to work closely with social welfare organizations to provide these services to those in need.
The state police have been working tirelessly to curb the drug menace in Tripura, which has been a major problem for the state in recent years. The police have seized large quantities of drugs, including marijuana, heroin, and other synthetic drugs, in various operations across the state.
The police have also conducted regular raids on drug dens and arrested several drug peddlers and smugglers. The police have been working with other law enforcement agencies, such as the Border Security Force (BSF), to prevent the smuggling of drugs from neighboring countries.
In addition to these measures, the police have also been conducting awareness campaigns to educate the public about the dangers of drug abuse. The campaigns have been targeted at schools, colleges, and other public places where drug abuse is prevalent.
The police have also been using social media platforms to reach out to the youth and create awareness about the harmful effects of drugs. The police have been encouraging the public to participate in the fight against drugs by reporting any suspicious activities related to drug trafficking.
The Chief Minister’s praise for the state police is a recognition of their hard work and dedication in the fight against drugs. The police have been taking proactive measures to make Tripura drug-free and have succeeded in reducing drug trafficking in the state. The Chief Minister’s call for more cooperation between the police and the public is a positive step towards achieving a drug-free society.