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Jayalalithaa promises phased liquor prohibition as she kicks off election campaign

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kunjuppu

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good point vgane.

today there is no dearth of cheap mind altering drugs made in china. they are cheap and a big source of money for the international mafia. unlike liquour, literally thousands of these can be transported as pills. this below article gives an idea of how big the problem is in north america and how all the source is china. the other drug ofcourse is opium, from afghanistan or cocaine from latin america.

fentanyl-traced-to-china/
 

vgane

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good point vgane.

today there is no dearth of cheap mind altering drugs made in china. they are cheap and a big source of money for the international mafia. unlike liquour, literally thousands of these can be transported as pills. this below article gives an idea of how big the problem is in north america and how all the source is china. the other drug ofcourse is opium, from afghanistan or cocaine from latin america.

fentanyl-traced-to-china/

Sri Kunjuppu,

The link was useful...What a deadly chemical!! Hope our TN folks are not pushed from the frying pan into the fire!!
 

Brahmanyan

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Total prohibition of intoxicants is extremely difficult to implement. Many Countries including US have tried this in the past and could not succeed.
Total prohibition may be an ideal,
but may not be a practical proposition. The State will lose a huge revenue and have to face more expenses to contain generation of illicit liquor.

At the best, drinking can be controlled, just it is being done in Gulf Countries, by issuing permits. But in the midst of all pervading corruption, even this may not be possible in our Country. At the best the Governments should go in for intensive propaganda against drinking, as it is being done against tobacco.


Brahmanyan,
Bangalore.
 

kunjuppu

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Sri Kunjuppu,

The link was useful...What a deadly chemical!! Hope our TN folks are not pushed from the frying pan into the fire!!

it is not the common folks. it is the international mafia, who have yet to look to india.these drugs are cheap cheap cheap.. i am talking paises to make..not even rupees. and the china factories make them in billions of tablets a day.
 
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