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MP said – 25,000 children in Delhi schools get death penalty for drug trafficking, smuggling of limbs


  • Drugs are easily available in North India including Delhi, smuggling from countries like Pakistan and Nigeria – Members of Parliament
  • VSR Congress MP demanded to ban smuggling of limbs

New Delhi During the proceedings of the session, Congress Rajya Sabha MP T Subbaram Reddy said that 25 thousand children in Delhi’s schools are in the grip of drugs. In spite of this, the police are sitting on their hands. Drugs and drugs are easily available in Delhi. This is ruining the children’s future. This situation is not only of Delhi but it remains the same in entire Northern India.

The MP said that 83% of the drug addicts are educated. But the state government has failed to deal with these conditions due to the increased pressure of the drug mafia. He said that recently the issue was discussed with the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh. Drugs are smuggled from countries like Pakistan and Nigeria. To stop this, we need to talk to different agencies of the country.

Laws to prevent smuggling of limbs – lawmakers

YSR Congress MP Prabhakar Reddy Vamireddy expressed concern over the smuggling of organs in the country. He said that smuggling of kidney, liver, heart has increased. Those who are involved in this work should be punished with death. The law should be enacted in Parliament to curb this.

At present, only 80% is benefiting from Divya

Trinamool Congress MP Manas Ranjan Bhunia said that the criteria for physical Divinity should be decided by 50%. He said that due to physical Divinity, men, women and children have to face a lot of difficulties. At present, only 80% benefit is available.

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