Hyderabad Drugs Case: Notices Issued to Colleges, Schools And Cine Celebrities

Parents and teachers in the State Capital have been advised to keep a watch over any behavioural changes among their children, so that drug abuse could be tackled at an early stage.

Hyderabad: Investigations related to busting of drugs supply and abuse case in the State Capital were going on for the past one month, though action was being taken only from the past 10 days, Telangana Excise and Enforcement Director, Akun Sabharwal, disclosed on Wednesday, while announcing the arrest of one more person in the case.

The latest to be arrested is Brendan Ben, who is running a hotel management institute. Brendan is being interrogated together with Nikhil Shetty and Calvin, who supplied drugs to end users, including students, techies and film artists. With Brendan’s arrest, the total number of people arrested so far is eight.

Addressing the Foundation Day Celebrations of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan in Jubilee Hills here, Sabharwal said notices have been issued to 27 colleges, 26 schools, cine celebrities and business people, announcing that a meeting will be held on 14th of this month with managements of 83 schools.

The Excise and Enforcement Director regretted that teachers of many schools were unaware that some of their students have got addicted to drugs.  Asking both teachers and parents to keep a watch over behavioural changes among their children, he observed that students go astray due to peer pressure and loneliness at home.

Sabharwal clarified that names of students using drugs or their schools were not being revealed in the larger interests and keeping in view the future of the students. So far, involvement of around one thousand people has been unearthed, he revealed.

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  1. July 7, 2017

    […] Meanwhile, managements and colleges have pressed panic buttons following news that scores of students including minors were using drugs. As reported by Primepost, a ninth standard girl student emerging as one of the users has shocked both people and police. Worried about their reputation, these institutions have been contacting parents to keep a watchful eye on their children.  More: Hyderabad Drugs Case: Notices Issued to Colleges, Schools And Cine Celebrities […]

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