Thank you, Friends.
There is, however, a paradox. It is no secret that there is a deeply entrenched 'incestuous' relationship between those whose duty it is to enforce the law and those who break, each benefiting from the other. Like many problems of our community, this one, too, is a crisis of leadership.Reference:: Sikh Philosophy Network http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/general/28869-re-devastating-effects-drugs-amritsar-sad.htmlReference:: Sikh Philosophy Network http://www.sikhphilosophy.net/showthread.php?t=28869
I would like to add one more thing. This is only a personal observation, so I would request the reader not to be offended.
The use of 'substances', at times, are an act of rebellion, and with respect to us, it is often aimed against stringent interpretation of religion. I think we need to look deeply at the 'problems' of the modern times, and need to include some flexibility in the way we look at Sikhism.
Also, if someone could give some information on the Drug Problem in Punjab as a whole, it will be much appreciated.