Locals smell foul in Tulsi Bagh bund activities
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Nov 2: The residents of Tulsi Bagh have complained that the Flood Channel bund in the backyard of area was frequented by drunkards and drug addicts who come to the area to consume the banned lot.
“We avoid walking here due to presence of these anti-social elements. While some do flee the spot on finding some passerby others are reluctant,” said a local while pointing towards a tinted car on the bund.
The residents of Jawahir Nagar and Tulsi Bagh said some even smoke Charas on the bund adding that the same could be smelt in the surroundings.
The locals said the Masjid Imams had many a time spoken on the menace of drugs during Friday congregation but didn’t prove successful in curbing it.
They appealed the SSP City Reyaz Bedar to look into the matter.
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