Lahore: FIA to crack down on illegal sex drugs
LAHORE: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has completed its research about increasing use of spurious drugs and decided to launch a crack down to stop smuggling of sex drugs into the country, FIA officials said on Monday.
They said the crackdown would start in collaboration with the police and Health Department. On condition of anonymity, an FIA Special Crime Wing (SCW) official said, “We conducted a special survey keeping in view an increase in death toll due to usage of spurious drugs. Now the department has decided to launch a crackdown in this regard.”
He said the crackdown would be launched across the country. He said special teams have been formed in Lahore. He said these teams would monitor medical stores across the city. He said, “A majority of sex drugs imported into the country are spurious.”
Sherry, a man, said, “Once a friend brought sex drugs from abroad and distributed them among other friends. When one of them took a pill his condition worsened.”
Muhammad Amir, said, “People ask their relatives and friends to bring them sex drugs from abroad.” He said he had brought ten packets of Viagra on his return and sold them.
Ahmad Butt, owner of a medical store, said three gangs were busy selling sex drugs in the city. A police official said the Police and Health departments were responsible for curbing sale of sex drugs. He said Lahore police had arrested several gangs involved in sex drug business.