With the arrest of Aryan Khan in the Mumbai drug case still in the spotlight, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Friday expressed concern over the “increasing use of drugs” by young people across the country.
Speaking at Sangh’s annual Vijayadachami speech in Nagpur, Maharashtra, Bhagwat said, “The use of drugs is on the increase. How can we stop it? Money from these companies is being used for anti-patriotic activities. All this must be controlled.”
While asking the government to end this danger, Bhagwat suggested that people control the craving for drugs through “mann ka break, uttam break” (self-control is the best control). But what one should accept or reject in front of others, all this should be taught at home. ”
In response to the statement of the RSS chief, Sanjay Raut of Shiv Sena noted that the Prime Minister said that after the cancellation of trading, the provision of funds to terrorists and drug mafia will stop. “If he says something, it makes sense, but if drug money is used against the nation, who is heading the government? … The prime minister said the money is for the terrorists, the drug mafia will stop demonizing,” Raut said.