Punjab to inspect private de-addiction centres

Punjab’s additional advocate general Reeta Kohli, during the hearing of narcotics-related cases, informed the Division Bench comprising Justices Surya Kant and Sudip Ahluwalia that the state government is also going to re-visit the rules governing de-addiction centres.

By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published:August 4, 2016 2:05 am
punjab and haryana high court, chandigarh high court, punjab drug addiction, punjab de addiction centres, punjab drugs, punjab news, chandigarh news Punjab’s additional advocate general Reeta Kohli assured the court that after carrying out inspection by district-level committees, a detailed report would be submitted in the High Court.

In a step to take stock of the functioning and infrastructure at private de-addiction centres across Punjab, the state government Wednesday informed the Punjab and Haryana High Court that it will conduct inspection of all such de-addiction centres within a month.

Punjab’s additional advocate general Reeta Kohli, during the hearing of narcotics-related cases, informed the Division Bench comprising
Justices Surya Kant and Sudip Ahluwalia that the state government is also going to re-visit the rules governing de-addiction centres. She assured the court that after carrying out inspection by district-level committees, a detailed report would be submitted in the High Court. The case would now come up for hearing on September 7.

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