Gwalior Court News: ‘Those sending and ordering drugs are master minds, catching the career is not enough’


Gwalior Court News: While hearing a petition in the Gwalior bench of the High Court, Justice Anand Pathak talked to the state’s Special DG Training Sanjay Jha and discussed the special training of the police.

By anil tomar

Published Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2024 08:11 AM (IST)

Updated Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2024 08:11 AM (IST)

HighLights

  1. Justice Pathak said to reach the root of drug trafficking cases
  2. Justice Anand Pathak discussed the special training of police by talking to Sanjay Jha, Special DG Training of the state.

Gwalior Court News: Gwalior. Naiduniya representative. While hearing a petition in the Gwalior bench of the High Court, Justice Anand Pathak talked to the state’s Special DG Training Sanjay Jha and discussed the special training of the police. Pointing out the basic problem, Justice Pathak said that ‘Most of the cases are such in which the drug suppliers are caught but it is not known who is their mastermind. A case is registered against a carrier caught with drugs and after a year or two he comes and starts asking for bail. Now in such a situation, the person who is sending these drugs and the person for whom he is sending them are ring leaders and masterminds, who need to be detected.

Justice Anand Pathak said that there are trainers in the police training center but they are also policemen. In such a situation, judicial officers will have to be trained as a pool between master trainers and police trainees. Police personnel will also have to be given training by conducting workshops on ADPS cases so that every small aspect can be kept in mind during investigation. Special DG Training Sanjay Jha agreed to all the instructions and agreed to get the police trained about the NDPS Act. Apart from this, other suggestions of the court were also agreed upon. In this, Deputy AG RS Kushwaha drew the court’s attention to the drug testing machine. While discussing this, Justice Pathak asked DG Sanjay Jha to provide machines also.

Special discussion took place on these points

  • In NDPS cases, there should be a complete investigation of where the drugs are coming from and where they are going, both ends should be known from beginning to end.
  • In the areas where drugs are cultivated, the Patwari, Sarpanch and Revenue Officer will have to be informed about this, otherwise action can be taken against them also.
  • It is necessary to get training of police personnel with the help of legal officers to investigate NDPS cases.
  • The investigating police team should be provided with a testing kit so that it can be checked on the spot as to which drug the drug seized is.
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    I have been in journalism since 2000. Has worked as a reporter in Dainik Jagran Jhansi, Navbharat. Was a reporter in Dainik Bhaskar Bhilwara, Ajmer. As Bureau Chief in Dainik Bhaskar’s Morena office from 2007 to 2013. ,


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