Sindh Government Announces To Conduct a Mandatory Drug Test for the Students to Promote Drug Free Environment

May 15, 2024Zayn0

Senior Minister Sharjeel Memon made a big announcement during the media briefing. Addressing the excise and taxation department, he officially announced the implementation of strict procedures against all unregistered vehicles beginning May 10. Furthermore, he has stated that random drug testing will be conducted among students while they are taking exams. Random drug tests among students will be done in all educational institutions. Let us discuss the information further.

Excise & Taxation Department -Strict Actions to Take Against Unregistered Automobiles Too

Senior Minister Sharjeel Memon declared that, beginning May 10, the Excise & Taxation Department will act against unregistered automobiles. Additionally, random drug tests will be administered to students in educational institutions.

Memon- Tackling the Global Challenge of Drug Abuse

Memon, speaking at a media event, stressed the global scourge of drug usage, which disproportionately affects young people. He cited President Asif Zardari’s recent directive to address the drug problem in the area.

Memon praised different government ministries, particularly Home Minister Ziaul Hassan, for their continued anti-drug activities. He revealed intentions to open more rehabilitation clinics and asked parents to remain attentive.

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Memon highlighted recent victories, stating that 1,550 people had been detained, with considerable amounts of drugs recovered. He emphasized the confidentiality of students who tested positive for drugs and promised rigorous action against drug providers.  Regarding car registration, Memon declared that unregistered automobiles would be impounded beginning May 10. He recommended the quick collecting of registration plates and warned of consequences for late car tax payments.

Sindh government to take Strict Regulation against Drug Suppliers

Memon highlighted recent victories in the war against narcotics, stating that law enforcement forces had captured 1,550 people and seized considerable amounts of drugs. He highlighted the need to keep the sensitive topic of students testing positive for drugs strictly private. Memon also promised to take rigorous action against drug suppliers, trying to disrupt the networks that facilitate drug distribution.

Conclusion

The Sindh government’s efforts against unregistered vehicles and the Narcotics Department demonstrate a strong commitment to their work. It is expected that this will be a positive indicator of Pakistan’s progress.

 

 

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