Ganderbal,Feb,13(KT):A drug de-addiction awareness programme organised by the Glacier Times media group was held at government boys higher secondary school Gund on Saturday. The awareness programme was based on the theme ‘Socio-economic and legal implications of drug abuse’.
The Programme Was Attended By SDPO Kangan Syed Yasir Qadri , SDM Kangan Hakeem Tanveer, SHO Gund Lateef Ali, SHO Kangan Aftab Ahmad DDC and BDC Chairperson.
Deputy Commissioner Ganderbal Shafqat Iqbal spoke on the occasion and deliberated on the ill-effects of drug abuse and highlighted the need of taking preventive measures to eradicate the menace of drugs and other social evils in the district.
He also Thanked To Glacier Times Media Group Especially Ghulam Nabi Raina who is a Senior Journalist For Organizing Such Good Events In Rural Areas.
The organisers said the main aim of the programme was to spread awareness amongst the student community to take necessary steps for curbing the drug menace.
Doctors Including Dr Imroz and Dr Mohd Rafiq Bahar discussed its health aspects and added that if any person is in stressful conditions or facing drug abuse, Glacier Times Media group will lend him or her a helping hand by providing counselling.
Social activist Haji Gulam Rasool Ganie stressed upon the social and economic aspect of the drug abuse.
Umar Rania, Cheif Editor Glacier Times Newspaper deliberated upon the legal aspect by making the students aware about narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances act 1985 and the recent draft of drug policy in Jammu Kashmir.
Principal higher secondary school Gund Minhaj presented vote of thanks. A similar drug de-addiction awareness programme aiming at spreading awareness about the ill-effects of drugs was organised by Glacier times media group._KT
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