PM Imran Khan vows to fight against the drug abuse in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday, has emphasized on the collective responsibility of the society to fight against drug abuse.
While addressing the inauguration ceremony at the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) headquarters in Rawalpindi, the premier said, 'drugs are silent killers and we have to collectively fight this problem.'
He cited a number of seven million drug addicts in Pakistan.
Khan mentioned the recent incident in Kasur where a dug addict threw his five children into the canal.
Whatever has been instructed in the Holy Quran is only for the benefit of humankind, he stressed.
The strength of the ANF will be enhanced, and the supportive ministries will play their due role for drug control.