Reporting: Ankit Parmar
Indore.The city Indore of Madhya Pradesh is now open 24 hours a day which is also called the financial capital of the state. While this country is the fifth metropolis to be open 24 hours a day. Although it was started for the convenience of employees working in foreign companies and companies, but now this bet seems to be backing up to some extent. Due to the movement of people in the city until late at night, drug addiction increased.
Meanwhile, on the orders of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the police took swift action and shut down many cafes and bars while conducting ‘Operation Prahar’. Police had arrested people running illegal bars as well as cafe operators for illegally serving hookahs. Meanwhile, the ordinary citizens of Indore also have to take care of themselves.
Police patrol increased after order of CM
Following strict instructions from Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the police have increased night patrols. The police are also seen interrogating people who come to the group at night. At the same time, on suspicion, taking many people to the police station and questioning them. Meanwhile, the Indore Narcotics Bureau is also active. At the corners of the road you will see anti-drug posters put up by narcotics. While in many cafes and bars illegal hookah and alcohol are distributed, the demands of the customers present there have also increased. So you too can get in trouble. Seeing such suspicious activities, avoid going to such places or inform the police directly.
Uma Bharti praised CM Shivraj
Due to this ongoing drug operation, former Chief Minister of State Uma Bharti praised CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan. He tweeted and wrote that my eldest brother Shivraj Singh, the Chief Minister of our Madhya Pradesh has already started the drug rehab campaign. The manner in which the authorities have been ordered to take strict measures to destroy hookah bars, lounges and illegal drug trafficking is commendable.
Avoid falling into the trap of getting free drugs
Indore’s additional police commissioner, Rajesh Hingankar, said “Operation Prahar” was underway. During this time, there is no danger to ordinary people, but innocent people should always be kept away from where such activities take place. Especially young people should protect themselves not to fall into the trap of free drugs. Many people first become addicted to drugs for free and then children enter the world of crime even though they don’t want to.
Tags: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan, drug mafia, Interior News, Indore Police
FIRST POST: October 12, 2022, 9:36 a.m. HST