Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Monday issued commands to jump begin the process for creating drug tests necessary among students of state and private academic establishments, a press release said.
The purpose of the meeting was to look at the menace of abuse in colleges of Sindh and to draft a law that will create it necessary for all students to travel through a drug check.
According to the statement, the chief minister throughout the meeting ascertained that horrible reports have emerged from some leading universities of the country wherever variety of students were using drugs.
“I am quite distressed to [sic] protect our youngsters from all social evils, and it becomes our collective responsibility to guard our youngsters against the growing menace of drugs. it might be necessary for each student to qualify the test” the aforementioned.
The chief minister well-grooved a committee comprising Sindh Health Minister Dr. Sikandar Mendhro, Education Minister Jam Mehtab Dahar, Education Secretary Iqbal Durrani and Health Secretary Fazal Pechuho with directions to draft a law for creating drug tests obligatory for college students of secondary, higher secondary and university level.
The meeting was attended by the provincial ministers and secretaries for education and health, and home ministries, among others.