In Hyderabad Students from 50 schools were found taking drugs
In Hyderabad, authorities were asked to check the students of 27 colleges and 26 schools to check use of drugs, after checking an official stated that they found that over 1000 students were using drugs like LSD and MDMA. In Hyderabad, authorities were asked to check the students of 27 colleges and 26 schools to check use of drugs, after checking an official stated that they found that over 1000 students were using drugs like LSD and MDMA .
After this sensational news advisory was sent to prestigious institutes. enforcement director akun Sabharwal after announcing the arrest of the eight accused in the drug racket told reporters that reporters that letters were sent to the heads of educational institutions, about the number of users. Keeping the students names of those students addicted to drugs confidential those letters asked the principles to keep an eye on the erratic behavior of the students. They also asked them to be attentive and to keep an eye on shops around the institutions where they used to get drugs. the management was also asked to counsel their students on the dangers of using drugs . as the children from rich families are spending big money on buying drugs, management and parents were asked to check their debit and credit cards.
From the investigation, it is clear that students from classes eight and nine are also using drugs. according to the investigation, even girls students are in contact with peddlers through social media. WhatsApp messages from few students phones had records of the drugs sold to them.
Brendon ben , graduate in hotel management who was working with an event management company is taken into custody this Wednesday morning. Later Sabharwal announced his arrest. all accused arrested were well educated and also from a good background. Many people with good reputation were involved in this. Calvin Mascarenhas, first man arrested in this, is a musician and a former bank employee. another man Abdul quddus did his MBA in Australia and now working in an MNC. Sabharwal said, “The department has not arrested anyone who is a user or consumer, although a legal offense under Section 22 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substance Act is made out”.
He said that a meeting will be held with principals of almost 80 schools and few other colleges of Hyderabad on July 14.they also given them a toll-free number (1800 425 2523) so if anyone knew some information about this drug related activities they can inform them, and they promised to keep the information confidential.
Sabharwal also said “Awareness videos are being produced which would be circulated in media, on WhatsApp/Telegram groups and sent to schools & colleges for use"