Haryana Police to be trained in narcotic seizure, speedy investigation of cases

The officers will be trained in a special seminar alongwith health, social justice and empowerment departments to work with mutual coordination

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Haryana State Narcotics Control Bureau

New Delhi, August 27

The Haryana Police is holding a special seminar to provide training to officers and employees of various departments for speedy action on drug seizures and busting the network in the state. 

Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal chaired a meeting of Haryana State Narcotics Control Bureau. 

The officials said that the state police, health, social justice and empowerment departments will participate in the seminar so that all the departments can take this programme ahead with mutual coordination. 

Kaushal also directed the officers that State Drug Controller should keep a strict vigil on the supply and use of chemicals and other raw material used for making medicines in the state. Separate monitoring committees should be constituted for this. Apart from this, a portal should also be prepared on which monitoring committees can upload their reports. Also, DC should review the district-level committee after conducting a monthly meeting. It should be ensured to update the information and decisions of these meetings on the portal of Haryana State Narcotics Control Bureau. SDM shall visit the drug de-addiction centres once in a month in their respective districts and take cognisance of the activities being carried out there and submit the report in the monthly meeting to be held at the district level. They also have to update their tour on Prayas application.

Kaushal also asked the officers to launch awareness campaigns for youth.

In addition to that, Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) will modernised so that the investigation process in FSL can be further expedited. 


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