Panaji: Goa should not be allowed to become a "Udta Punjab", Director General of Police Muktesh Chander said on Sunday, adding that everyone in the state should watch the Abhishek Chaubey-directed movie which sheds light on the drug menace in Punjab.
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"Wherever you see drugs, you will inform. You will not let Goa become 'Udta Punjab'," Chander exhorted the audience into making a pledge, while speaking at a rally organised on the occasion of International Day against Drug Abuse.
"It is a very good movie about the bad effects of drugs and how life is wrecked by them. I believe every person should see it and 'Say No to Drugs', always, even for the first time...
"The movie has shed light on a problem," Chander said after flagging off a marathon held on the occasion.
The officer, however, refused to elaborate on the drugs and narcotics scene in Goa, which is regarded as a popular destination for narco-tourism.
"We have booked many cases and wherever there was a complaint we will take action," Chander said, also refusing to comment on whether the drug use and availability scenario had increased or decreased in the state.