Latest News:

Drug Addiction Problem

Who doesn’t know, Bikram Majithia is “Drug Lord” of Punjab, alleges AAP leader Chhotepur

Aam Aadmi Party Punjab convenor Sucha Singh Chhotepur has alleged that Punjab Cabinet minister Bikram Majithia as a "drug lord"- an allegation that Bikram Majitha rejects. AAP leaders have intensified their propaganda war agaisnt Bikram Majithia after Majithia filed defamation cases against senior leaders of the Aam Aadmi Party.

Drug addicts escape rehabilitation centre, hijack a bus in Patiala

As per media reports three drug addicts escaped from a government rehabilitation centre, hijacked a mini bus and forced the driver to take the opposite direction for 10 kilometres before jumping off the vehicle.

Shashi Kant’s report on Drugs smuggling in Punjab never existed in records: Punjab Govt. tell HC

Punjab Government has brushed away the possibility of bringing out the names of drug paddlers in Punjab, who were reportedly named in a report submitted by former top police officer Shashi Kant, as the government has maintained that no such report existed in its records.

Bikram Majithia (L) | Jagdish Bhola (R)

AAP alleges deep links between drug smugglers and Bikram Majithia; Ashish Khaitan releases ED documents

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today held a press conference in Chandigarh to present documents related to the investigation carried by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) against Punjab Revenue minister Bikram Majithia.

Defamation case by Bikram Majithia: AAP leader Sanjay Singh gets bail from Ludhiana court

A Ludhiana Court today granted bail to Aam Aadmi Party’s senior leader Sanjay Singh in a defamation case.

Capt Amarinder holds rally in Bathinda: Pledged to end the scourge of drugs in the state

Former Punjab CM and newly appointed chief of Punjab Congress, Capt. Amarinder Singh, today held a rally at Bathinda to show his political strength.

AAP’s first task will be to arrest and jail Bikram Majithia after 2017 polls: says Sanjay Singh

Aam Aadmi Party leadership have now started targeting specific leaders of the ruling party in furtherance to their attacks on the ruling party and the functioning of Punjab government.

74% of seized drug goes “missing” from Police stations in India

Reports have come up that around 74 percent of drugs seized by the police across Indian subcontinent goes missing from police station "malkhanas".

Shashi Kant’s report on drug paddlers turns mystery; State Information commission expresses helplessness

Punjab government's Home Department as well as the intelligence wing have categorically denied the possession of a secret report that was said to be submitted by former IPS officer Shashi Kant.

Parkash Singh Badal, CM Punjab

CM Badal alleges victimisation on allegations of rampant drugs abuse in Punjab

It seems that Central minister Thawar Chand Gehlot's statement terming Punjab as number one state in drugs abuse continues to “hurt” Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal. Gehlot Central minister for social justice and empowerment had stated that that Punjab ranked number one in the country in consumption of drugs. He was addressing a joint press conference with CM Badal on June 26 at Hoshiarpur.

Central Minister, Punjab CM face-to-face on Drugs abuse in Punjab

BJP's Central minister for social justice and empowerment Thawar Chand Gehlot and Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal came face- to face on drugs abuse issue during a press conference held at Hoshiarpur yesterday.

Govt’s allowed drug problem to become monster: SYP tells Rajnath Singh

Joining issue with Home Minister Rajnath Singh, who urged the Punjab's youth to shun drugs, the Sikh Youth of Punjab (SYP) asked him to take pain and find out as to why and who allowed this problem to become monster that’s ruining the lives of young generation.

Ferozepur cop arrested for involvement in drug trade

A Punjab cop has reportedly been arrested for his alleged involvement in the drug trade. Head constable Sher Singh who was posted at Mamdot police station, was arrested on May 23 evening from cantonment bus stand following a tip-off. Information in this regard was released by Ferozepur SSP Hardyal Mann.

Initiative against drug paddlers getting immense response, claims Navtej Singh Gaggu

In a surprise move, organizations named Sabh Da Bhalla Humanity Club and Action Against Drug Committee (Regd.) floated flex boards in Gurdaspur district publishing names of alleged drug paddlers in the district. According to Navtej Singh Gaggu, administrator of these organizations, people of Gurdaspur have extended massive response to their initiative.

Jagdish Bhola’s bail plea to be heard on Feb. 7

The hearing on the bail plea of arrested druglord and former Punjab police DSP Jagdish Bhola in the money-laundering case has been deferred to February 7.

Drugs racket: High Court stays transfer of ED officer

The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Wednesday (Jan. 21) ordered a stay on the transfer of Assistant Director of Enforcement Directorate Niranjan Singh who is probing the alleged Rs 6,000-crore drug racket and money laundering case in Punjab.

Punjab Politics: Millions wasted on Dharnas, while De-addiction Centers lie Defunct, says HS Phoolka

Criticizing the much publicized dharnas being held by the Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal), against alleged influx of drugs into the state from the international borders, Aam Aadmi party leader Harvinder Singh Phoolka said that the ruling party is carrying out this useless exercise at a huge cost, whereas the drug de addiction infrastructure in the state is totally defunct and non functional. This is an absolute gimmick aimed at fooling the people.

Congress, BJP and SAD shedding crocodile tears on drug menace, says Dal Khalsa

Amritsar: While observing the Parkash Purab of Guru Gobind Singh, Dal Khalsa’s youth wing Sikh Youth of Punjab along with Sikh Youth Federation Bhindrawale today ...

Punjab Congress want Sukhbir Badal be booked for ‘sedition’

Chandigarh: The Congress party today demanded that Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal)’s president and deputy CM of Punjab Sukhbir Badal should be booked for ‘sedition’ for ...

Advocate HS Phoolka

Punjab’s ruling parties protesting against their own failures: AAP leader HS Phoolka

Terming the recent decision of the BJP and SAD to launch protests and counter protests against the rising drug menace in Punjab as a total charade, Aam Aadmi Party leader Advocate Harwinder Singh Phoolka said that this shows that the both the ruling parties are totally clueless about this problem and have no concrete plan what so ever to deal with this disease that is eating into the very fabric of Punjabi society.

« Previous PageNext Page »