Thailand launches anti-drug campaign for government officials


The Home Office launched a so-called “clean houses” campaign against drug involvement, as part of the “clean before crackdown” policy.

The Home Office has launched an anti-drug campaign for public servants, as it aims to ensure clean practices among state agencies. Any government agent involved in drug cases will face legal action and severe disciplinary action.

The Home Office launched a so-called “clean houses” campaign against drug involvement, as part of the “clean before crackdown” policy.

This campaign aims to ensure that government officials are not involved in drugs, as the government plans to launch a national drug suppression campaign.
Permanent Home Secretary Suttipong Juljarern said the campaign demonstrates the ministry’s commitment to the fight against drugs while providing drug rehabilitation services.

The ministry has instructed relevant agencies to complete Operation Re-X-Ray for drug addiction by the end of this month, with further investigation to be launched immediately after any drug-related arrests.

Provinces have been instructed to ensure that rehabilitation facilities and staff are prepared to accommodate drug addicts seeking treatment, with the aim of helping users recover from addiction and regain a livelihood normal without relapse.

Each province and district has been asked to work with local partners to raise awareness of ways to submit advice and information on drug cases, including the 24-hour 1567 helpline for the center of Damrongtham. (NNT)


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