Tamil Nadu CM Stalin assures strict action against drug traffickers

Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin, has said that the DMK government under him would take stringent action against all corrupt practices and will not allow any corrupt individual to go scot-free.

The Chief Minister on Tuesday informed the Tamil Nadu Assembly that the law would be amended to take stringent action against drug dealers. His Statement on the matter reads: "Strict action is being taken against drug dealers and traffickers. 10,670 cases have been registered. 11,247 people have been arrested. 149.43 tonnes of Gutka has been seized from them. 15 people have been arrested under the Thugs Act." 

in reply to the question posed by MLA GK Mani of Pattali Makkal Katchi regarding drug sales and action taken by the government, Stalin said,  "I would like to inform you that strict action will be taken against drug traffickers and smugglers and the sale will be stopped completely. I would like to inform you that the law will be amended to take stern action against drug dealers near schools and colleges."

In one of his earlier statements recently, he had said, his government is on the development path for Tamil Nadu and that the trillion-dollar economy for the state is not a distant dream.


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