Ahmedabad Crime Branch Organizes Counseling Sessions for Minors Involved in Drug Seizure Case

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Ahmedabad Crime Branch Organizes Counseling Sessions for Minors Involved in Drug Seizure Case

| Updated: June 27, 2024 20:40

The Ahmedabad Crime Branch has taken a proactive step to address the issue of drug abuse among minors by calling upon 25 individuals for counselling sessions at Gaekwad Haveli. These minors are part of a group of 100 individuals who were identified in connection with the investigation of drugs seized from 58 parcels at the Shahibaug Foreign Post Office on June 21. The counselling sessions, to be conducted by psychologists, are scheduled to take place over the next two days.

In a recent development, the Crime Branch has identified a total of 150 individuals, with 100 of them being minors, as users of the seized drugs. Last Sunday, psychologists conducted counselling sessions for seven individuals, and now the families of 25 minors have been informed about the upcoming sessions. Additionally, the Crime Branch has pledged to assist these minors in receiving treatment at rehabilitation centres.

In a separate part of the investigation, it was discovered that two drug peddlers from Ahmedabad were found to be hiding in Bangalore and Mumbai. To apprehend the main culprits behind the distribution of synthetic drugs, five teams have been deployed across these cities.

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