In the drugs matter the Punjab Government must take strict action against big fishes. National BJP Leader from Punjab Sukhminderpal Singh Grewal said that only small time pedlars and addicts had been arrested in the state but the big fish were either not touched or simply let off. In a press statement here today he said that our Punjab State Government to take firm steps to control the drug menace from the state and show more commitment over the issue and the big fish will also should be arrested. Grewal said that the Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal should show their political willpower to catch the big wigs involved in Drug Menace Punjab.
He appreciate the Punjab State BJP President, Kamal Sharma announcement that the Punjab State Bharatiya Janata Party would raise the issue of drug menace in Punjab by taking a delegation of the Punjab State Bharatiya Janata Party leaders to the Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh. Grewal also thanked the Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi for taking up the issue of drugs during his radio programme, "Man Ki Baat".
Grewal said that this time the State SAD-BJP Government needs to adopt a policy of zero tolerance against the drugs and come what may we should put in our all strength to launch a decisive war against this menace that has spoiled our future generations. Grewal said it's very shameful that our state is becoming a hub for carrying out drug business for many international drug suppliers. He said even as the Punjab State Government initiated a campaign against drugs but government needs to ensure that the momentum of the campaign should not decline. Grewal said that in the drugs matter the State Government must take strict action against every inpidual what if he may be from any Political Party. Grewal said that our Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra has rightly said that the issue needs to be tackled with a strong determination, our Party's each and every leader urges the Punjab Government to show the same commitment for the cause in Punjab.