Bhopal. In Madhya Pradesh, following the strict instructions of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the police is in action against people associated with illegal drug trade. Action has been taken against many hookah lounge operators, on which former Chief Minister Uma Bharti has patted Chief Minister Chouhan. On Saturday night in the capital Bhopal and Indore, the police took swift action against hookah lounges located at different places and many hookah lounges were even sealed. In exchange for the police, there is a stir among the people involved in the illegal business of drugs. Former Chief Minister Uma Bharti has patted Chief Minister Chouhan on the action taken against hookah lounges in the state and said by tweeting, my elder brother Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Chief Minister of our Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh). Has started the drug de-addiction campaign from tomorrow, the way in which the authorities have been ordered to take strict steps to destroy the illegal trade of hookah bars and drugs, it is commendable.
Earlier, Chief Minister Chouhan took a meeting of the officers on Saturday and told them that the illegal drug trade has to be completely destroyed. The Chief Minister told the officers that news about drugs also comes in the media at many places and information is also received from other places. Information is received from schools, colleges, some places around it, that there are complaints of drugs in small shops which sell different types of other items. This is a conspiracy to hollow out our young generation and we have to save our children from this curse. Therefore, whether it is of drugs, whether it is of illicit liquor, their roots have to be attacked. The Chief Minister asked the officers to start action immediately, now the roots have to be hit, who are the people who are protecting them, where are their wires connected? The big mafia who are running such things should be completely eliminated. (IANS)