& # 39; They are illegal for a reason & # 39 ;: Gladys Berejiklian raises questions about & # 39; about policing & # 39; at music festivals – say that young people should not take drugs
- A study into six drug-related deaths at NSW music festivals is ongoing
- The NSW Premier did not guarantee that the recommendations would be installed
- Gladys Berejiklian said she has a & # 39; holistic approach & # 39; dealing with drug deaths
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has unveiled questions about whether & # 39; about policing & # 39; at music festivals may be responsible for young people who swallow multiple pills, saying the strongest message is to ensure that lives are not lost & do not take illegal substances & # 39 ;.
A coronary survey is currently investigating the drug-related deaths of six people at music festivals between December 2017 and January 2019.
On Sunday, the prime minister said she was looking forward to the recommendations of that investigation and the ongoing special NSW drug ice investigation.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian (photo) has denied questions about whether & # 39; about policing & # 39; at music festivals may be responsible for young people who take several pills
However, Mrs Berejiklian was left with the promise that the government would introduce the Coroner's future recommendations for the upcoming summer music festival.
& # 39; It depends on what the recommendations have been and I don't think anyone can accuse the state government of not taking a strict approach to music festivals & # 39 ;, she told reporters on Sunday.
& # 39; We want to restore balance, we want people to have fun, we want those festivals to continue and increase, but we also need to ensure that no lives are lost if that can be prevented.
& # 39; And the strongest message to anyone is not to use illegal substances, they are illegal for no reason. & # 39;
Alex Ross-King, 19, (right) is one of the six deaths currently being investigated by the judicial investigation – pictured with her father Matt King (left)
When asked whether there is a connection between & # 39; about policing & # 39; and young people swallowing multiple pills at festivals, Ms Berejiklian said that the government has a & # 39; holistic approach & # 39; on the issue that involved not only a police response, but also the health and education sector. .
& # 39; Again, we extend our sympathy to families who have recently lost loved ones at these music festivals and we have recently seen how the investigation throws these tragedies for them and our hearts go out to them, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; I don't want that to happen again, I don't want families to go through that huge and persistent pain. & # 39;
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