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7 Cops Suspended After Arniwala (Fazilka) Reformed Drug Addict Exposed Role of Police

Seven Punjab Police officials, including an SI and incharge of the Fazilka narcotics cell, have been reportedly suspended for facilitating drug smugglers.

Punjab CM Attempts to Defocus Drugs Issue with Dope Controvery

Punjab is suffering from severe drugs menace but state Chief Minister seems more concerned about distracting focus of media and public discourse against drugs.

AAP Want Amarinder Singh to Reveal Names of Drug Lords in Punjab & Abroad

Aam Aadmi Party MLA from Sunam, Aman Arora on Saturday appealed Punjab chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh to make the names of drug dealers public who according to him were active in drug trade in state and have now fled to foreign countries.

Punjab Police Vigilance Bureau Issues Look-Out Notice For Former Moga SSP Raj Jit Singh Hundal

The Punjab Police Vigilance Bureau has issued a look-out notice for former Moga SSP Raj Jit Singh in view of media reports indicating that he may flee the country.

Under Fire From Media and Opposition, Capt. Amarinder Singh Orders Removal of K S Dhillon as Moga SSP

Punjab government was facing severe criticism from opposition parties and the media for appointing an allegedly tainted cop Kamaljit Singh Dhillon as Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) at Moga.

Drugs Issue: Sikh Activists Hold March in Hoshiarpur; Call Upon People to Boycott Politician Indulged in Drugs Trade

Giving a clarion call to make Punjab drug-free state, the march against drug menace organized by Dal Khalsa and supported by a dozen village panchayat’s termed the drug suppliers as enemies of society.

Drugs Addict-Paddler Name Police Officials Involved in Drugs Abuse and Trade in Fazilka

As the awareness move against drugs is spreading across the state, fresh evidence is emerging against Punjab police's widespread involvement in drugs abuse and trade.

Dal Khalsa Calls upon Panchayats to Boycott Politicians Involved in Drugs Trade

In an attempt to nip the drug menace in the bud, the Dal Khalsa urged the members of panchayat of every village to pass a resolution for social boycott of those political persons who were involved in the distribution of drugs during elections to woo voters beside those who are into drug trade.

Copy of Memorandum Submitted by Campaigners of Black Week Against Chitta to Punjab CM Capt. Amarinder Singh

Punjab CM Capt. Amarinder Singh today held a meeting with a group of social media campaigners and organizers of "Black Week Against Chitta".

Punjab CM Finally Admits That Recent Deaths in Punjab Were Actually Related To Drugs; Meets Campaigners of ‘Black Week Against Chitta’

It seems that widespread criticism over government failure to curb illicit drugs trade in Punjab has some impact on Punjab CM.

Punjab Govt’s Proposal in Drugs Issue, A Political Stunt; NDPS Act Already Provides for Death Penalty

Punjab cabinet held a special meeting yesterday to discuss measures to be taken to curb the drugs menace in state.

23 Years Old Dies Due to Drugs in Bathinda; 3 More Suspected Drug Related Deaths in Ferozepur and Ludhiana

The state seems gripped in deadly clinches of drugs amidst government failure to curb the menace. A 23 years old youth died in Bathinda yesterday.

Punjab Cabinet Proposes Death Penalty for Drug Paddlers; More Committees to Review Action Against Drugs

Chandigarh: Facing severe criticism over inaction against drugs menace in state, the Punjab cabinet today held a meeting in Chandigarh. The cabinet announced to make ...

Anger Against Govt. Inaction on Drugs Issue: Concerned Punjabis Begin “Black Week Against Chitta”

"Black Week Against Chitta" - a movement called on over social media was visible on ground in Punjab on Sunday (July 01) as people held peaceful demonstrations across the state condemning government inaction against drugs catastrophe in Punjab.

Badal Dal and Congress are equally responsible for Drug menace: Dal Khalsa

Dal Khalsa leaders H S Dhami and Kanwar Pal Singh said it’s almost four weeks that a section of the state’s population were protesting through a sit-in demonstration at Bargarhi to bring the culprits of Bargarhi and Behbal Kalan to book. Yet the government’s approach is thoroughly non-serious and casual. None of the demands of the agitators has been accepted. “We hope that the people of Punjab will get to see the findings of Justice Ranjit Singh Commission on sacrilege incidents, which is expected to be out in a day or two”, said they.Jalandhar- Castigating the Amarinder Singh-led Congress government for miserably failing on all fronts, the Dal Khalsa has said that this government has completely failed to check and contain the drug menace, sand mafia, the incidents of sacrilege and lawlessness.

Media Report Records 25 Deaths Caused by Drugs in Punjab This Month

Rampant drugs abuse in the state has emerged as a major cause of concerns in recent days. As many as 25 youth reportedly died due to drugs abuse in Punjab in the month of June till 28 June.

Capt. Amarinder Singh Downplays Deaths Related to Drugs; Invokes Another Theory to Defence

Chandigarh: Whereas as Punjab police is maintaining that the recent drugs related deaths in Punjab are caused by “cut”, which is said to be a ...

Drugs in Punjab: Women Addicts Point Fingers at Police Officials for Throwing them into Drugs Bog

Revealing role of Punjab police personnel in spreading the drugs epidemic in Punjab, two women addicts, who underwent treatment at a de-addiction centre in Punjab, accused police officials for throwing them into drugs bog.

Drugs Havoc in Punjab: STF Role Under Question as Drugs Take 7 Lives in 4 Days in Amritsar & Tarn Taran

Even as the Special Task Force (STF) and the police have seemingly failed to snap the supply chain of heroin, they are up against another challenge. A new synthetic drug named “cut” has found its way into the local market.

Drugs Case: DGP S. Chattopadhyaya Levels Serious Allegations Against DGP Suresh Arora in High Court

During the hearing of a matter related to drugs trafficking in Punjab, IPS officer Siddharth Chattopadhyay on Friday levelled serious allegations against his colleagues DGP Suresh Arora and Dinkar Gupta before obtaining a stay in a case he was being allegedly falsely implicated in.

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