Hyderabad drug racket: KCR says don’t leave anyone, even if Cabinet minister is involved

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Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao on Sunday convened a high-level marathon meeting and instructed the officials to go ahead with more zeal against drugs in the state.

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao on Sunday convened a high-level marathon meeting and instructed the officials to go ahead with more zeal against drugs in the state.

The meeting was called on after the recent drug racket bust in Hyderabad where school children, Tollywood personalities, relatives of politicians MNC employees were found to be in touch with the arrested peddlers.

Making it clear that government is going all out against those involved in ‘drugs’ CM told officers not to spare anyone however high he or she may be.

“There is no place for any violation of law, arrest the guilty even if they are famous. Even if there is involvement of the politicians, don’t leave them, even if they belong to the TRS. Register cases against them and send them to jail. Even if there is a Cabinet minister don’t leave,” said CM KCR in firm and strong voice.

“We are catching those involved in this shady business and raids are being conducted at several places. Increase intensity of the investigations, go into deep, find out who are playing the key roles and take action against all those guilty,” added KCR, while presiding the high-level meeting at ‘Pragathi Bhawan’ on Sunday.

CM also said that it was he who asked DG (Enforcement) Excise Akun Sabharwal to not to go on his pre-scheduled leave as the case his department is investigating is sensitive and important.

The CM also asked Excise Commissioner Chandravadan and Excise & Enforcement Director Sri Akun Sabharwal to take the responsibility of in-depth investigation of the drugs cases and see that the guilty are punished while Hyderabad and Warangal IGs Stephen Ravindra, Nagireddy were asked to oversee the strategy to stop the drugs menace spreading to other cities and towns in the state.

CM also asked government’s Chief Advisor and former chief secretary of the state, Rajiv Sharma to take care of strengthening the excise department and to insure that stringent action against the accused of drugs, Illicit liquor and cannabis cases.

The meeting was participated by DGP Anurag Sharma, Police Commissioners of Hyderabad, Cyberabad and Rachakonda, Intelligence Chief Navinchand, Security IG NK Singh, DG (Enforcement) Excise Akun Sabharwal, Excise Commissioner Chandrabadan and other senior law & Order and administrative officers of State.

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