Tibet police are incinerating some 300 kilograms of drugs in the suburbs of Lhasa, capital city of Tibet Autonomous Region, June 26, 2010.
The police incinerated some 300 kilograms of drugs in the suburbs of Lhasa, capital city of Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR), on June 26, marking the 24th International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking.
A total of 6.46 kg of opium, 360.287 kg of morphine, 844.04 grams of ice (a popular name for methamphetamine hydrochloride), 154.72 grams of ketamine and 70 pieces of dancing outreach were destroyed in this campaign.
Dainzin, head of Anti-Drug Detachment of TAR said they hoped the actions could show their determination in increasing people's awareness, alarming the drug traffickers and combating drug trafficking.
In recent years, TAR has taken serious measures to crack down on drug crimes with 565 drug traffickers arrested and 419 cases handled since 2005.