Tuesday, 27 September 2022



LATEST NEWS AAP slams Congress for creating ruckus in Vidhan Sabha, says 'Congress is working as B-team of BJP' Governor reviews Pradhan Mantri TB Mukt Bharat Abhiyan work in Hamirpur DE&CC Reasi organises Job Fair All India Devotional Song Competition inaugurated amid grand start of Katra Navratra Festival 2022 Meet on GST : JK Taxes Department hosts Interactive Session with Stakeholders in Samba PSPS Govt PG College for Women Gandhi Nagar Jammu organises rally on “Cyber Security Awareness” Swach Gaon Sundar Gaon Campaign Maiden Coordination meeting between J&K and Central GST Officers held Multi-storey car parking, several other civic projects approved for Doda Town Principal Secretary SDD Dr. Asgar Hassan Samoon visits Bandipora LPU's Engineering & Design Students won the ‘Study Australia Entrepreneurship Challenge’ in New Delhi Director Employment inaugurates a one-day Job Fair at DE&CC Pulwama Extensive SVEEP outreach programme held across Shopian GAASH Literacy Campaign: DC Ganderbal calls for collective efforts to make it a success DC Ganderbal reviews functioning of HWCs in district Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Pandurang K Pole visits Baramulla Sarmad Hafeez flags off Downtown Legacy Tour, Historical Walk from Zabarwan Park on World Tourism Day Jai Ram Thakur presides over ‘Pragatisheel Himachal: Sathapna Ke 75 Varsh’ function at Jubbal stadium We need to re-look at Indian treasure of mythology and folklore : Hrithik Roshan Men's hockey World Cup : India to open campaign against Spain at Rourkela on Jan 13 Women's ODI Rankings : Jhulan Goswami finishes as 5th-ranked bowler, Harmanpreet Kaur reaches fifth spot in batting


Drugs not manufactured in Goa, but trafficking exists : Manohar Parrikar

Web Admin

Web Admin

5 Dariya News

Panaji , 03 Aug 2018

Drugs are not manufactured in Goa, but trafficking activity exists in the coastal state, Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Friday."As per records, no narcotics are manufactured in Goa," Parrikar told the state Legislative Assembly in a written reply to a question from Congress MLA and former Chief Minister Luizinho Faleiro.To another question by Leader of Opposition Chandrakant Kavlekar, who sought to know whether the state government was aware of the rapidly increasing drug trafficking in Goa, Parrikar said: "Goa being a tourist state, some drugs trafficking activity are seen. The main target of drug peddlers or dealers are the tourists. Some locals as well as tourists have also been found indulging in drugs peddling. Drugs traffic is always a danger to the society".The Chief Minister said his government followed a "zero tolerance policy against drug trafficking"."The drug prone areas are kept under continues surveillance... Bars, restaurants and shacks along the drug-prone belt are subjected to surprise checks," Parrikar said, adding that awareness and interactive sessions are also held in order to sensitise people about this menace.Goa is one of the top beach tourism destinations in the country, but over the years the state has also been popular as a destination for narco-tourism.It attracts more than six million tourists every year, half a million of them being foreigners.


Tags: Manohar Parrikar



related news




Photo Gallery



Video Gallery



5 Dariya News RNI Code: PUNMUL/2011/49000
© 2011-2022 | 5 Dariya News | All Rights Reserved
Powered by: CDS PVT LTD