Gujarat Police Destroyed Heroin Worth of ₹1864 Crores

Heroin and Drugs 0% Tolerance

Under the great leadership of Shri Bhupendrabhai Patel and the Gujarat police department. On Wednesday, Gujarat police destroyed a heroin stash estimated to be worth ₹1864 crore and 14,000 kilograms.

This is commendable work by the Gujarat Police department.

This is the result of the Honorable Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, and Honorable Home Minister Shri Amit Shah’s initiative to destroy illegal drug cartels in India and stop them from getting these drugs inside the country from all entry points.

Finding the source of these drugs and stopping them is Essential by all means.  It’s clear that the Indian government is very serious about stopping and destroying the supply of deadly drugs like heroin and cocaine in India.

In the recent Tweet, the home minister reveals that he personally studied hundreds of cases of illegal drugs. And one problem he found was that the police were not finding the root cause of the problem. But the cases were being registered and closed on people found selling or buying illegal drugs at pharmacy stores or at other places.

However, this is not the case anymore. Now the Narcotics bureau and police are working together to find all the people involved in this criminal activity from top to bottom and bottom to top.

Here’s the Tweet.

Our Prime Minister has dreamed of Drugs free country and they need the support of all the states in order to make this wonderful and necessary dream come true. 

Heroin and Other Illegal Drugs Destroyed So Far!

Under the leadership of Shri Narendra Modi, over 1.5 lakh kg of illegal drugs have been destroyed so far.

A few weeks ago at the Drug Trafficking and National Security regional meeting, Shri Amit Shah said the following.

”We must be harsh with the traffickers while at the same time the victims must be dealt with sensitively,” he said.

Which is absolutely correct. People consuming these drugs are the victims of circumstances, bad habits, and destructive social influence.

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Why Every State Must Support This Great Cause of Our Government

It’s the moral duty of all politicians regardless of their party to have drug-free areas in their regions.

As the central government has taken a great step, respected CMs of all the states should collaborate and cooperate completely on this issue with the central government.

We don’t need dangerous and life-taking drugs in our society. It breaks people from the inside.

All these criminals running the cartels are after money and power. This has to stop. We have to make our country safe again for everyone regardless of age, gender, or religion.

We need to have a peaceful and drug-free society where everyone can live their life with respect and dignity. And it’s the joint responsibility of both the central and state governments to make this happen.

Every minister regardless of their party should work towards creating awareness about the dangers of drugs and their negative effects on society.

Along with that, give strict instructions to the police department to have 0% tolerance regarding illegal drug activity around the area which comes under their police stations.

Why Not Only Heroin and Cocaine but Alcohol Must Be Limited

As a citizen of Punjab, I would say the AAP government’s decision to make alcohol cheaper and more readily available is a terrible one. Alcohol has a terrible impact on youth, and there is no need for it in our lives. It is simply not worth the damage it does to our young people.

It makes them aggressive and leads to addiction. This, in turn, results in financial problems for the family. I would urge the government to reconsider its decision and make alcohol more expensive and difficult to obtain.

Alcohol affects the brain in a number of ways. First, it increases the levels of dopamine, which is a neurotransmitter that helps to regulate mood and feelings of pleasure. Dopamine is released in response to natural rewards like food and sex, as well as drugs of abuse like cocaine and methamphetamine. Alcohol also affects the brain’s glutamate system, which plays a role in learning and memory formation. Long-term exposure to alcohol can lead to changes in this system, which can further contribute to problematic drinking behavior.

It’s important to understand that addiction is a complex disease that is influenced by many different factors. For some people, alcohol may be more addictive than for others. This can be due to genetic predisposition, mental health status, social environment, and personal history of substance abuse.

The government should be doing everything it can to discourage even alcohol consumption, not making it more accessible.

Heroin is a Highly Addictive Drug, This is Why!

Heroin is a highly addictive drug that can have devastating effects on an individual’s health and well-being. It is typically made from opium, which is extracted from the poppy plant. Heroin can be injected, inhaled, or smoked, and it quickly reaches the brain, where it binds to opioid receptors.

This produces a feeling of euphoria and relaxation, which can be very difficult to resist.

Heroin addiction often starts with the recreational use of the drug. However, it doesn’t take long for tolerance to develop, meaning that users need increasingly larger doses to get the same effect. As addiction takes hold, users may find themselves unable to stop using heroin even though they want to.

They may keep using it despite negative consequences such as financial problems or relationship difficulties.

Quitting heroin cold turkey can be extremely difficult and dangerous, as it can lead to withdrawal symptoms like nausea, vomiting, muscle pain, and anxiety.

Professional help is usually required to safely detox from heroin and manage withdrawal symptoms. Once someone has detoxed from heroin, they can then begin working on longer-term recovery goals such as staying drug-free and rebuilding their life.


I am extremely proud of the Gujarat police department and their leader, Shri Bhupendrabhai Patel, for their hard work in destroying a massive heroin stash worth ₹1864 crore.

This would not have been possible without the initiative of zero tolerance towards illegal drugs by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah. I believe that this is a huge step in the right direction to combating the illegal drug trade in our country.

This shows that when we all work together, we can achieve amazing things.


About Pankaj Sharma

I have worked for more than a decade running online businesses and blogs. Did research on blockchain for more than 15 months which is ongoing. Powerful project is the outcome of my overall experience.

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