Student at Galgotias University
A Drug is any substance which, when taken into the body, alter the body’s function either physically and/or psychologically. The drug may be Legal as Alcohol, caffeine and tobacco or illegal as Cannabis, Smack, Cocaine, ecstasy and heroin. However both Legal and Illegal are injurious to health but it gives profit to the private sector the Drug Dealer’s and In Legal Sphere beneficial to the Government. Despite my parents and around the sphere of there, the children have seen so many things around which manipulate them to first use to try it but after by taking period while more douses, they are addicted to this.
Many Local, and in the Government school, Students boy’s and Girl’s take Drugs (Smack & Cannabis) in the age of 05-18 Year’s & In pubs smuggle the Drug(Cocaine) to the major Age of Majority. There are many places in Delhi where different kind of Drugs is easily available at a minimum cost that why everyone got the drug easily. There are many problems where people become depressed, angry, aggressive, sleepy, unmotivated, paranoid, anxious, or talkative in which Drug uses as to cure the circumstance for a while or for oxidation which may lead to social and emotional problems and negative effects on relationships with family and friends.
GOVERNMENT SURVEY IN DELHI
By the survey in Delhi, the government fined out that many children as young as 5-9 years old are known to have been affected by drug abuse. This was the first time a major government survey was undertaken on Delhi street children. The survey was conducted by Delhi government women and child development department in association with NDDTC at AIIMS. In which the total sum of the report of 2018-19 was 70,000 children are in the habit of drugs in which some of our runs from their houses or by the School and other are street children who never went to the school. However if we Determine by their different Drugs the Magnitude of Drugs which children take is tobacco, smack, opium, cannabis, and heroin.
Concerns were raised in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday over children falling into the trap of drugs, with a Congress Member saying that 25,000 school children in Delhi have turned drug addicts. Raising the issue through a Zero Hour mention, T Subbaram Reddy said 25,000 school children in Delhi are addicted to drugs while police have turned a blind eye to the menace. He said narcotics were easily available and destroying the lives of innocent children not only in Delhi but in entire North India. He said 83 per cent of drug addicts were educated but state governments were not able to control the problem due to the presence of the drug mafia.
In the recent news the (ACP) Assistant Commissioner of Police, busted an international narcotics cartel where the three key members of the cartel were arrested in Delhi near Lajpat Nagar. Who had 25 kg heroin worth Rs.100 Crore coming from Assam to Delhi, they wanted to sell out in the pubs where the majority of youth take that heroin although its show that how people give the drug for their benefits and destroying the future of the youth?
There is an Article whereby the student explain that how the cocaine in Delhi running the Delhi by their Experience as compare to this there is many Experience stories where many youths destroyed their ambition or future dream, Moreover by the Research its seen as the Drugs Taken theory is a Chain Reaction which connects to each, person to person Mostly by Friends who help to take them in parties, celebration, and in reunion etc.
MAJOR CAUSE IN DELHI
There are many places in Delhi where the Drugs are easily available at the minimum cost below Rest. 90 such places are like Yamuna Bazar, Hanuman Mender, Seemapuri, Saket and in Local area of every sphere where people knew that its illegal but still the dealer’s sold that and the consumer take that. Despite in many areas the local people who sold the Cannabis and Smack give Police some money as commission to does not transparent the area by the upper Government body because the Dealer’s committing an offence under Section 273, 274, 275, 276 under IPC 1860.
The people who are addicted to the Drugs have no source of income so they do theft, threatening, robbery, and other Offences, punishable under IPC section 379/411. There are all the procedural of law to give justice but people and corrupted police officer do not obediently follow their duty by which the youth get punishment for that by voluntarily or arbitrary vulnerably drown slowly intoxication of Drugs. The Government has lack on giving power to local government authority to prevent from Drugs spread Disease which increasing day by day, For the children of minor age have the child welfare community and juvenile board to resolve the Drug issue but main cancer (Drug) was not cut by the part of Area’s although it’s only during the disease for a while.
There must be more welfare community for the children who prevent the children to take the Drug and help the government by Organizing a community of force who restricted the area where the Drug the coming from and given to the children. The children are the youth who can change the face of India by transforming it, the children must aware of all the harm which can cause by taking the Drug during any Difficulty and must aware of all the harmful substance (Drug) that may cause to death. The Drug has given the bad impact Society at large the government should take action for this otherwise the future of the nation will only grow up by the crimes.
The first case of Delhi where the mother gives a report to the news that “He was my only son, but I had started wishing that he would die…because he could not control now, cry the whole night and wants More Drugs. Second case Her son, Ricky Lahoria, recently died of a drug overdose. He was 25. His was one of 60 deaths linked to drug abuse in Punjab between January and June 2018, according to official estimates. In comparison, 30 people died in drug-related incidents in all of 2017.
Police officials say that the number is likely to increase when they release data for the second half of 2018. Drugs have been a scourge in Punjab for years; now once a transit point on the drug route, the state has now become a major consumer base. Health Minister Brahm Mohindra told the BBC his government had reduced the inflow of drugs into the state. But he could not explain why drugs had claimed more lives in 2018 than in previous years.”It’s not clear what concoction is causing the deaths. But so many deaths have happened. It is a serious and unfortunate thing,” he said.
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Delhi conducted the first comprehensive study in 2015 to estimate the magnitude of drug addiction in Punjab – and the report concluded that there were more than 200,000 addicts in the state.
The protection of the child is rightly a key to save the youth and must concern the drug policy. By protecting the most vulnerable of groups, the war on drugs exposes them to even greater risk Drug cut with dangerous adulterants, a criminal record that can ruin live from an early age; violation drug market that blight entire cities; barriers to evidence-based treatment and heath.
Aside from these direct costs of the drug war to children, there are also huge opportunity costs that come with pursuing such an enforcement-based approach. The Government has to give more fundamental support and financial support to improve more into health and social development programmers for vulnerable individuals and communities including children and young people that would reduce harms rather than fuel them.
As a growing number of jurisdictions implement far-reaching drug policy reforms, it is time for governments, international bodies and civil society to count the costs of drugs and participate in the growing discussion on alternative approaches that could deliver better outcomes – especially for children and young people who are the young youth and future of Nation.