"End the drug menace", Mother of deceased drug addict appeals Assam CM

At a time when the Assam government is launching a big anti-drug campaign, Manoj Deka, the mother of a murdered drug user, has urged Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma to take action to eliminate the state's drug problem.

Manoj Deka, a 27-year-old from Mashalpur in Assam's Baska district, died recently from a drug overdose. Deka's body was found in the toilet of a petrol station in Mashalpur's Barama area.  Two injections and one empty vial were discovered in the deceased addict's possession.

Manoj Deka's mother said that her son was unable to overcome his drug addiction since narcotics were easily available in the area. “I had stopped him a couple of times but he would never listen to me. He was also sent to rehabilitation centre for treatment, but he failed to quit taking drugs. I lost my son but I don’t want other mothers to lose their sons too. Government should do something to eradicate drugs menace from Assam. If they fail to take action, the state will be ruined because of drugs,” said the helpless mother – Tinu Deka. 

Manoj’s father said, “Nowadays drug abuse is a serious problem among the new generation. There are many drug addicts and smugglers in our area. There is the easy availability of drugs. It was the reason that my son couldn’t quit. My son is gone, and now, I cry the whole night with his photograph in my hand. I request Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma, to do something to end the drug menace in the state. I would be grateful.”  


'Kejriwal wanted to be Khalistan's first PM..,' Channi demands impartial probe from PM

Janhvi Kapoor shared glamorous pictures, fans obsessed with her beauty

Mithun Chakraborty opens this big secret related to Bharti Singh, know what he said



Join NewsTrack Whatsapp group
Related News