Gujarat CM said Modi Government is dealing firmly against the drug smugglers
Vijay Rupani, the chief minister of Gujarat, Monday, said that the new facility, Center of Excellence for Research & Analysis of Narcotics & Psychotropic Substances, will help the government in curbing drug abuse among the youth.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah in the presence of Gujarat CM inaugurated ‘Center of Excellence for Research & Analysis of Narcotics & Psychotropic Substances at National Forensic Science University, Gandhinagar on Monday.
The new state-of-the-art facility is aimed at combating drug trafficking in the country.
The National Forensic Sciences University, Center of Excellence for Research and Analysis of Narcotics, Drugs and Psychotropic Substances in Gandhinagar was inaugurated while a virtual training module on ‘Investigation of Crimes Against Women’ for police officers and inspection of other laboratories and facilities was also conducted by the Union Minister Amit Shah.
Speaking after inaugurating the Center, Amit Shah said that scientific and technological investigation will help in punishing the accused more easily.
He said that the Modi Government is dealing firmly against the drug smugglers. He said that the collection of evidence and confession of the accused become easier in the modern age with the help of forensic experts through scientific technology.
Thanking Prime Minister Narendra Modi for giving the status of National University to the Forensic Science University, Mr. Shah said that seven states have expressed their interest to open the branches of this university in their states.
The Gujarat CM, on the other hand, said that proper analysis of any narcotic drugs including identification of its geographical origin, chemicals used, etc. will now be possible at this state-of-the-art Center of Excellence.
“It will greatly help to free our youth from the clutches of drugs,” according to the chief minister.