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Delhi University Turns Into A Drug Hub Under Kejriwal’s Nose

As Delhi University (DU) gears up for a new academic session, a Mail Today investigation reveals that drugs -from ganja and charas to the more hardcore LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), MDMA (methylenedioxyphenethylamine), ketamine and the new sensation Meow Meow (4-methylmethcathinone) – are being sold and used openly across college campuses.

Not just the demand for high percentage, drug abuse unites north and south campuses of the hallowed Delhi University.

Madangir Village in south Delhi that has two big colleges near it, the College of Vocational Studies (CVS) and Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, is where you can simply stroll in and pick up marijuana that popularly goes by the name of weed or ganja. While policemen claim to have tightened the noose around peddlers in the area, Mail Today found a well-oiled machinery at work barely 20 metres from the police post.

Sitting inside a grocery shop and selling the dough openly for college kids, a middle-aged woman told us it’s her daily business. Posing as undergraduate college students and filming the entire episode with our spycam, we asked her the price of weed. She offered 10 grams of weed for Rs 100. At this point, a man standing near her shop came up to us and offered a guided tour of other dens where better quality ganja was sold for a premium. All this was happening right outside the Madangir village police checkpost!

Drugs are also being sold over the phone. Peddlers have gone mobile – now one can simply give them a call at widely-circulated numbers, which Mail Today accessed, for free home delivery of drugs.

The dingy bylanes of Govindpuri and its better-off neighbourhood Kalkaji in Delhi’s Southeast district are big with the peddlers. These are favourite haunts for college-goers to buy hash, with two of DU’s prominent south Delhi colleges, Deshbandhu and Acharya Narendra Dev, in the vicinity. Barely a two-minute walk from the Deshbandhu College campus, we met a 20-year-old who goes by the alias ‘KD’, and moves around with the fashionable ‘Savy’, also barely out of his teens. The duo was delivering a consignment of charas to a college student who did not want his name disclosed. We were promised any amount of high-quality charas (ranging from Rs 1,500 to Rs 4,000 for 10 grams) at an hour’s notice.

Southeast District DCP MS Randhawa told Mail Today that he was clueless about such open drug peddling around college campuses. “We take measures to curb such nefarious activities when they are brought to our knowledge,” he said.

Colleges of DU’s North Campus, too, have their own supply chain of drugs such as MDMA, Ket, hash and weed. Areas such as Timarpur and Model Town are hubs of cannabis and Meow Meow. Peddlers are on call and they meet you at secluded areas around the campus with the supply.

But Hindu College principal also feigned ignorance of any such trade near her college. She did accept, however, that drug abuse was rampant around certain other college campuses. “There are certain areas around colleges in the North where such activities have been noticed. We try to be vigilant and the students have been warned against such activities,” said Dr Anju Srivastava.

Madhur Varma, DCP of Delhi’s north district, said, “These activities are usually witnessed in and around Timarpur and Majnu Ka Tila, but we ensure that criminals are caught and booked under the NDPS Act. Police personnel have been stationed near the University campus to keep check on such activities.”

However, in the shade of groves at the Faculty of Arts in north campus, we saw students brazenly rolling joints of charas and ganja. They boasted of smoking up and even doing hard drugs despite the presence of campus security guards. “These guards are temporary daily wagers. We can easily bully them into silence.”

Under another tree, four students were caught on our sting camera, crushing dried charas to fill in their cigarettes. “Why do you ask what we are doing here? Don’t you know the answer? We are students, why will guards or anyone else question us?” said another student. When asked, Minni Sawhney, Dean, Faculty of Arts, told Mail Today heard ‘vague rumours’.

With drugs being abused continuously over the past year right under Kejriwal’s nose and him having no control or counter measures at hand, goes out to show what a sham he has pushed the city of Delhi into. Rather than concentrating on winning votes, Kejriwal needs to start on focusing on how t make his city a more livable one,

AAP failed to eliminate drug trade in national capital

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Fake AAP always criticise rival parties regarding drugs issue

The ruling regime of AAP had promised the people of Delhi to give a clean and crime free environment when the party had been contesting the polls. It was mentioned in the manifesto that Delhi would be crime fee in AAP’s regime but a year has passed but the crime rate is going up. If we look at the drug trade in Delhi, the AAP has completely failed to curb the drug smuggling and drug practise in the capital.

Drug route starts from Delhi

As per the information by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence a smuggler’s arrest has exposed that Delhi is the drug route to other states.

This turns the popular perception about the drug route, starting from Afghanistan and entering Punjab via its border with Pakistan, on its head.

AAP failed to curb the drug smugglers in Delhi

The DRI arrested Vijay Kumar, a carpenter, with 2.5 kg heroin smuggled from Delhi for consumption in Amritsar.

It has come to light in which drug smugglers have pushed heroin from Delhi to Amritsar.

Vijay told the DRI that he was given the consignment by a truck driver, who had brought it from Delhi via road. Vijay was supposed to sell it to drug consumers. Earlier, the DRI sleuths had arrested a vendor, Avtar Singh, on January 29 with 1.7 kg heroin from a passenger bus coming from Delhi to Amritsar.

Alarmingly, the quality of the heroin recovered in both cases suggests that it was manufactured in Delhi.

The DRI official said, “The agencies in Punjab will now have to work out a double strategy. One to mind the popular route and the other to keep a tab on the new route.”

AAP could not curb the drug smuggling in Delhi

The ruling party in Delhi has failed to curb the drug smuggling and the menace in the city. Moreover, it has been unearthed that the national capital is the route for the drug smuggling. AAP government failed to stop the practise in Delhi and during the Punjab visit, the Chief Minister had promised to bring chance with in two months. At that time in Punjab, he was trying to raise the non-existing issue of drugs and even AIMMS report has proved that there is no drug problem in Punjab.