Revanth Reddy appeals film industry to make short films against drug menace to avail permission to increase ticket rates

K M Dayashankar

HYDERABAD, JULY 02, 2024: Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy has appealed to the film industry to make short films against the cybercrimes and drug menace by the same actors of the new film which would be released in the cinema halls in the Telangana state.

The Chief Minister flagged off the new vehicles of Telangana Anti – Narcotics Bureau and Telangana Cyber Security Bureau at the Command and Control Centre in Hyderabad on Tuesday. Speaking on the occasion, he stated that the government would extend help to only those who comply with the rules while giving permission to increase the ticket rates etc during the release of new films in the state.

Extending gratitude to Megastar Chiranjeevi who is partner in the awareness programmes against drug abuse, he said that the film industry has also the social responsibility of safeguarding the society. People should be afraid of hearing the drugs in the state in the future. Friendly policing is for only victims and not for criminals, he pointed out.

Stating that the government has the responsibility to instill confidence among people, he said that accordingly the government allocated adequate funds and recruited required officials in the Police department.  Today, world is facing the biggest threat of cybercrime. The cybercrime teams in Telangana are highly efficient in combating the crimes. Their job is commendable, he maintained.

Drug menace is ruining the families and also the system. Telangana is known for movements. Unfortunate that drug abuse is rampant in the state. Government recruited special staff to eradicate drug menace.  Drug addicts are committing crimes under the influence of Ganja. Narcotic drugs are the main reason for increasing violence against children. Telangana youth should not addict to drugs. They should be strong and deal with the problems and challenges, he stated.

Government will award promotions to the officials who works hard to end the drug menace effectively. Government will discuss this issue and bring a new act in the Assembly, he assured. He also appealed to the Media to focus more on problems being faced in the society rather than political controversies. Media has the responsibility to disseminate information regarding the good programmes which are being taken up by the government.


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