Lieutenant General Seth, Deputy Inspector General of the Kingdom of Cambodia And the Phnom Penh Municipal Police Commissioner has insisted to take measures to reduce drug offenses. He addressed the flag ceremony on Monday morning, February 10, 2020, with more than 600 police officers in Phnom Penh.
The Phnom Penh Post on Sunday, February 9, recently launched a crackdown on the Blair Club. Chroy Changvar involved in drug trafficking and detention of 70 male and female drug suspects, including two drug traffickers in 2 Clubs and wristbands Some of the drugs as well.
Lieutenant General Seth, deputy chief of the National Police and the police chief in Phnom Penh, said the drug problem was solved. Is willing to take effective action, otherwise drug abuse and harm the future of young people Peou Sneng, bamboo and human resources are involved in the development of the country. _Rue drugs also cause exposure to security.
Lieutenant General Seth, deputy commissioner of police and Phnom Penh police chief, also called on the general public to pay more attention to education. Children away from drugs and do not commit drug abuse And we also face legal challenges.
In connection with the crackdown on drugs at clubs and bars, Samdech Krom Sar Kheng, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Ministry of Interior have already issued orders. By taking measures across the country, close all clubs that are selling, distributing and using drugs. In Phnom Penh, there are three major clubs: rock club, Miami club and club. Luch Sary, who was found guilty of using and trafficking drugs, was closed and the club's owners also challenged court rules. E. As for the crackdown on alcohol at Yiha (Blay) nightclub in Chroy Changva district this weekend, the authorities are continuing The investigation seeks to identify those involved in carrying out the legal process. By: Columbus