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Guwahati Police launches 'Drugs Infoline' to take forward the War On Drugs; seeks support from citizens

By The Assam Tribune
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Guwahati, Oct 02: On the occasion of National Anti-Drug Addiction Day, the Guwahati Police has launched a campaign to further amp up the fight against drugs.

A WhatsApp Infoline number – 6026901246 – will remain active 24×7. Guwahati Police has requested Citizens to share any available information on drug trafficking or traffickers, so that the police can act swiftly and band together with the people to eradicate this evil. The campaign has been designed with the idea 'from educate to eradicate.' While the police would continue to sensitise people about the perils of drug addiction, information shared via the Infoline would be put to use to apprehend, destroy all drug trafficking networks.

Speaking at the launch of the Drugs Infoline, Shri Harmeet Singh, Commissioner of Police, Guwahati said, "In the wake of the Hon'ble Chief Minister of Assam's clarion call to eradicate drug trafficking from the State, following the major successes we have now launched the Drugs Infoline to seek the support of Citizens, so that together we eradicate the menace from our society. We remain firmly committed to act strongly against the drug menace and keep our City and State safe."

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Guwahati, Oct 02: On the occasion of National Anti-Drug Addiction Day, the Guwahati Police has launched a campaign to further amp up the fight against drugs.

A WhatsApp Infoline number – 6026901246 – will remain active 24×7. Guwahati Police has requested Citizens to share any available information on drug trafficking or traffickers, so that the police can act swiftly and band together with the people to eradicate this evil. The campaign has been designed with the idea 'from educate to eradicate.' While the police would continue to sensitise people about the perils of drug addiction, information shared via the Infoline would be put to use to apprehend, destroy all drug trafficking networks.

Speaking at the launch of the Drugs Infoline, Shri Harmeet Singh, Commissioner of Police, Guwahati said, "In the wake of the Hon'ble Chief Minister of Assam's clarion call to eradicate drug trafficking from the State, following the major successes we have now launched the Drugs Infoline to seek the support of Citizens, so that together we eradicate the menace from our society. We remain firmly committed to act strongly against the drug menace and keep our City and State safe."

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