Share responsibility in eradicating drug abuse: Gul to youth
Srinagar, Aug 23: CM’s Advisor, Mubarak Gul who is also the Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Rural Development Society (RDS) has asked the youth to share their responsibilities in eradicating drug addiction from the society.
Chairing the meeting of Executive Body and representatives of various non-governmental organizations (NGOs), Gul asked the functionaries to sensitize the people about the effects of drug addiction, adding that the parents had to play a pivotal role to curb this menace from the society educating their wards.
Gul said the Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah was also keen to initiate the strict measures for curbing the social evils from the society to make the Jammu and Kashmir free from drug addiction.
He said that RDS is organizing awareness camps at district headquarters to educate the people about the same. He said in the first instance a free medical camp will be held at Care Hospital, Bemina on September 18 this year.
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