Narcotics Control Bureau regularly organizes online and offline events such as drug disposal, International day against drug abuse, International meetings, drives on digital solutions to monitor problems of drug trafficking, drives for arrest of absconders etc.
United Nations General Assembly through its resolution in the year 1987 decided to observe 26 June as the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking as an expression of its determination to strengthen action and cooperation to achieve the goal of an international society free of drug abuse & Illicit trafficking. Accordingly, in the light of the enhanced focus & the emphasis of the Govt. of India to combat this drug menace with much greater intensity & purpose, this year, it was decided by the NCB to observe the subject day on mission mode by conducting nation wide drug awareness drives & enforcement activities in close association with all stakeholders, spreading over a fortnight w.e.f 12th June to 26th June 2022. The initiative was termed as “Nashe se Azaadi Pakhwada” and a whole hearted effort was undertaken to spread mass awareness regarding the harmful effects of drug abuse and its legal provisions. During the aforesaid initiative Narcotics Control Bureau organized several awareness programs such as painting, poster making, walkathon, cyclothon etc. Further awareness messages were relayed through FM, tele service providers etc.Read More
The Narcotics Control Bureau aims to destroy all the seized consignments of drugs with a vision to ensure that no seized drugs are circulated back to society by threat of theft or pilferage. The disposal of drugs also strengthens the policy of NCB to give a message to society that the drugs are of zero value to human life or society. Drugs having medicinal use such as opium, morphine, codeine & thebaine are disposed by transferring to Govt. Opium and Alkaloid Works under the Chief Controller of Factories. Other pharmaceutical formulations/controlled substance having legitimate use, if not expired/loose are disposed by way of auction else are destroyed. NCB regularly destroys the seized drug as per procedure.Read More
On 26th June 2022, about 25 thousand tourists took anti drug e pledge a special initiative by Narcotics Control Bureau to Sensitize the mass against harmful effects of drug abuse and to encourage them for a Drug Free IndiaRead More
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