Take action before another senseless tragedy occurs

Why can’t police keep an eye on a few of these drug dealers?

It is a very sad thing that another young life has been lost in this dangerous drug business. For a month there have been so many shootings and everybody knew that such a tragedy would happen one day. But it is really sad that police and family members couldn’t do anything to prevent such tragedy.

Family members who know that their youngsters are in this dangerous business must tell police before such a tragedy happens again. It would be better for youngsters to spend some time in jail and hopefully get away from this dangerous drug business rather than losing their lives.

Even the role of police is questioned. Why can’t they keep an eye on a few of these drug dealers?

Every time after a shooting incident they say they know the people involved. If they know them, then why don’t they keep an eye on them and take action before such deadly incidents?

Hopefully soon the government, police and family members of these youngsters will do something to prevent another loss of life happening again.

 

Kanwal Jit Singh Gill,

Surrey

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