The Delhi High Court today sought response of the AAP government and the police on a PIL seeking framing of a policy for providing medicines, treatment, nutrition, education and rehabilitation to drug addicts.
While issuing a notice to the Delhi government and the city police, a bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and
Justice C Hari Shankar said, "The national capital was facing a huge problem as there are no rules in place for regulating
The court asked the Delhi government to provide complete details of the rules and regulations in place with regard to operation of de-addiction centres.
It listed the matter for further hearing on August 29.
The PIL by Salek Chand Jain has also sought a direction to the Delhi government to allot sufficient funds to the various agencies and non-governmental organisations dedicated to look after drug addicts.
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