Rawalpindi: Pakistan’s Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) has intensified its efforts to curb drug use in educational institutions and plans to implement a zero-tolerance policy against the drug mafia involved in the supply of narcotics.
A spokesperson for the ANF stated that the Anti-Narcotics Force Pakistan is actively pursuing efforts to prevent drug use in educational institutions and no leniency will be shown in this regard.
He revealed that the ANF is conducting patrols in educational institutions to save them from the curse of drugs. Every suspicious activity is being monitored closely.
According to media reports, in 2022, operations around educational institutions yielded the seizure of 160 kilograms of narcotics, resulting in the arrest of 63 suspects. The seized narcotics include 116 kilograms of hashish, 18 kilograms of opium, 9 kilograms of heroin, and around 7 kilograms of ice, among others.