The Central Bureau of Narcotics’ unified portal was launched by the Revenue Secretary.
Characteristics of the portal
- Database connectivity with other government services, including Bharat Kosh, GST, PAN-NSDL validation, e-Sanchit, and UIDAI, as well as cloud-based storage and streamlined procedures,
- It will speed up the process of getting a trade license for the pharmaceutical business by fostering efficiency, accountability, and openness.
- to meet the demand and promote the expansion of the pharmaceutical and drug industries.
- Make sure the “essential narcotic drugs” and medications are accessible to the patients and their caregivers.
Central Narcotics Bureau
- The Department of Revenue in the Ministry of Finance oversees the Central Bureau of Narcotics.
- It operates in accordance with the NDPS Act of 1985’s rules and the scope of numerous United Nations conventions.
- India has ratified the UN Convention on Narcotic Drugs of 1961, the UN Convention on Psychotropic Substances of 1971, and the UN Convention against the Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances of 1988, all of which require signatory nations to keep an eye on how the conventions are being implemented.
- supervision of India’s legal opium poppy harvest.
- functions that are preventative and enforcing.
- NDPS Act of 1985 case investigations
- issuing import certificates and export authorizations.
- A No Objection Certificate (NOC) is issued for the import and export of precursor chemicals.
- Three Deputy Narcotics Commissioners (DNCs) provide assistance under the direction of the Narcotics Commissioner (NC).
- other policemen