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They’re bringing drugs.
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Mike said: “Drug dealers were coming up to me and offering me pills.
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Last year, Connie became addicted to prescription drugs after she was attacked and left fighting for her life by the husband of a cancer patient whose life she couldn’t save.
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“Even before the vaccine, I should add that in this period actually when there was a surge in demand for coronavirus-related drugs, we have actually responded to that.
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“But I still think that large parts of India and many homes in India have been able to maintain some sense of discipline and some good moral upbringing,” he said, adding “but you can not be glorifying, for example drugs”.
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