Brief Report of
Seminar on Legal Services to the Victims of Drugs abuse & Eradication of Drug menace at I&PR Hall, Chanem, Champhai on 28th November, 2019
The Mizoram State Legal Services Authority with Champhai District Legal Services Authority and Excise & Narcotics Department organised a seminar on “Legal Services to the Victims of Drug Abuse & Eradication of Drug Menace” on Thursday, November 11, 2019 at I&PR Hall, Chanem, Champhai for Police and Excise Departments.
Pu Vanlalenmawia, Member Secretary; Pu K. Lalropuia, LDC; Pu Lalengvara, Project Assistant; Pu Hmangaihfamkima, Data Entry Operator; Pu Zonunsanga, Driver; Pu B.C. Lalduhawma, Driver, Pu Peter Zohmingthanga, Asst. Commissioner, Excise & Narcotics Department and Pu Laltharzuala, Constable left from Aizawl to Champhai for the seminar on November 27, 2019.
The Seminar was held on November 28, 2019 at I & PR Hall, CHANEM, Champhai. Pu Vanlalenmawia, Member Secretary, Mizoram SLSA chaired the programme. He opened the programme by welcoming the audience and gave a brief introduction about why the seminar was conducted. He advised the Police and Excise Officers to investigate carefully and do their best in working together to eradicate drugs menace in Mizoram. He further requests them to listen attentively so that the seminar will be of great help to them.
In the first session, Pu Peter Zohmingthanga, Asst. Commissioner, Excise & Narcotics Department presented a paper on “Drug Law enforcement under ND&PS Act.” In the second session, Pu R. Vanlalena, Addl. District & Sessions Judge (Spl. Court, ND&PS Act), Champhai presented a paper on the subject “Shortcoming in Investigation and Procedure leading to acquittal and an overview of ND&PS Act.”
Pi Lalrochami Ralte, Secretary, Champhai DLSA delivered vote of thanks, thanking the Police & Excise department for sending their staff in spite of the short notice given. She thanked all the audience and further stated that she hoped and wished that the seminar was fruitful to all.
The second session was followed by discussions and ended at 3:30 p.m.