Chandigarh: Many of us must have consumed paranthas at street side shops. You must have liked it and maybe found it tasty. But, if you find it addictive, there is a strong possibility that you might have consumed drug-laced parantha - 'ganja parantha' or 'opium parantha'.
The Punjab and Haryana High Court bench has said, that 'Street vendors operating outside schools, colleges are selling drugs."
Hearing a PIL on the drug menace in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh. Justice Surya Kant said, “Even paranthas laced with drugs are available in Chandigarh." "I have been told about this recently by a lawyer," he added.
Here's how drugs are served in paranthas in Chandigarh
According to a report in Hindustan Times, the drugs are mixed during kneading of dough.
Mostly ganja, opium and pain-killers are used to paranthas.
These drugs are also used a spread on bread to prepare sandwiches.