India’s hill country is the first stop on heroin’s deadly route — Foreign Policy

A 26-year-old resident of the Indian state of Mizoram visits the drop-in center for female drug users in Aizawl to collect her daily dose of opioid substitution therapy on May 30. She began using in 2013, which has left her with painful abscesses on both her legs. She is one of many users who claim to have been beaten by Young Mizo Association volunteers on the streets. (Sarita Santoshini for Foreign Policy)

In the nation’s northeastern state of Mizoram, Christians and activists struggle over the future of drug users. Read the reported piece on Foreign Policy.

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