Medicine are offered outdoors Quaid-e-Azam College: vice chancellor

Quaid-e-Azam College entrance. Photograph: Fb/@QAUInfoCell
  • Quaid-e-Azam College VC reveals medicine are offered in some kiosks outdoors the college.
  • Federal minister for Narcotics Management says there isn’t a state-owned rehabilitation centre for drug addicts in Pakistan.
  • Says how would narcotics management get precedence in a rustic the place wheat, sugar, and lentils are scarce.

ISLAMABAD: Quaid-e-Azam College’s Vice-Chancellor Dr Muhammad Ali has revealed that medicine are offered in some kiosks outdoors the college and the house owners of those kiosks are concerned on this drug dealing.

The revelation was made throughout a gathering of the Nationwide Meeting’s Standing Committee for Narcotics Management on Wednesday.

Dr Ali apprised the assembly {that a} piece of land extending on an space of 700 acres, owned by the college, has additionally been illegally occupied.

At this, Federal Minister for Narcotics Management Aijaz Shah stated that there isn’t a state-owned rehabilitation centre for drug addicts in Pakistan.

He stated that Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar had sought a three-month interval to construct one however not a single rehabilitation centre could possibly be arrange.

“How would the narcotics management get precedence in a rustic the place wheat, sugar, and lentils are scarce,” stated Shah.

In the course of the assembly, Shah maintained that the penalties for involvement in hashish and cannabis consumption and dealing have been elevated within the new regulation. 

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