Panaji : North Goa superintendent of police Chandan Chawdhary on Monday said that no music party will be allowed in Goa after 10 pm due to the alleged use of drugs sold at these late night events.

Speaking to reporters Chandan Chawdhary said that they had a meeting with Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar and the Director-General of Police where the use of drugs and consumption of alcohol was discussed.

Talking about the increase in use of drugs Chawdhary said that children from different states are coming and partying in Goa, carrying different kinds of drugs with them. “Domestic young tourists from Tamil Nadu, Kerala are in Goa and they are carrying drugs with them. We are cracking down on such tourists,” he said.

Talking about the restrictions, the SP said that they are making sure no party is allowed in open places after 10 in the night. “Drugs are mostly available in such music parties,” he said.

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