Telangana Government on Wednesday decided to form a special Narcotic and Organised Crime Control Cell (Counter Intelligence Cell) in the police department with 1000 members to eliminate the narcotic drugs abuse and against the organised crimes in the state.
Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, who conducted a review meeting at Pragathi Bhavan here on the stringent measures to be taken to control the narcotic drug abuse with Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar, Director General of Police (DGP) Mahender Reddy, and Hyderabad Police Commissioner CV Anand, said in the narcotic drugs cases, a special action plan should be prepared for the strict implementation of the stringent measures.
The CM instructed the DGP to form a special Narcotic and Organised Crime Control Cell in the police department with 1000 members.
The Special Cell would work under the DGP and it will perform special duties to take stringent measures to control and eliminate the narcotic Drugs abuse and against the organised crimes, the CM said.
The CM instructed officials concemed to act sternly against the use of Narcotic Drugs and ensure that the usage of narcotic drugs is totally eliminated from the State.
Rao decided to hold a conference at Pragathi Bhavan here on Friday with the State Police and Excise to take up measures and action to control and eliminate the use of Narcotic drugs in the State.
The conference will be chaired by the CM, Home Minister, Excise Minister, Chief Secretary, DGP, DGs, all district SPs, Commissioners, DCPS and the state Excise departments SPS, and other officers concerned will participate.