Udta Punjab : Dekho Punjab di Mandeer Nashe Kardi

Udta Punjab : Dekho Punjab di Mandeer Nashe Kardi
A new Bollywood film gives a rare glimpse into the exploitation and enslavement of women in India’s drug trade, highlighting how the stigma surrounding women drug users leaves them vulnerable to abuse.

Another shocking news coming from Batala, Punjab, A 20-year-old youth allegedly died of overdose of drugs at Ghania-Ke-Bangar village today.
Roba Masih’s body was found near the village pond and injections and vials were found scattered near his body.
Ghania-Ke-Bangar SHO Avtar Singh confirmed that the reason of Masih’s death was “overdose of drugs”.
Masih’s grandmother, Hamida, said, “Masih’s body has many injection marks. A few days ago, I took him to the local de-addiction centre but once he returned home, he relapsed.”
The youth’s body was found on a day when the police were busy holding seminars in the city to mark International Day Against Drug Abuse.
An officer involved in an anti-drug campaign said the youth’s death had belied the claims of the administration on curbing the drug menace



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