RDS organizes seminar on drug addiction
Srinagar, Oct 17: A seminar on the eradication of social evils including addiction of drugs was organized by Rural Development Society (RDS) at Islamabad (Anantnag) today.
CM’s Advisor, Mubarak Gul was the chief guest on the occasion.
Large number of youth including students belonging to various schools and colleges attended the seminar.
Several intellectuals, academicians, social activists and students threw light on the drug menace and suggested measures for its eradication.
Mubarak Gul expressed grave concern over the drug addiction by youth in general and students in particular. He said that teachers as well as parents should play a vital role in bringing awareness among youth about the ill effects of drugs and its impact on society.
He said government alone could not solve such crisis, people should support the cause in letter and spirit, then only the society can be liberated from social evils including drug addiction.
Dr. Muhammad Shafi, District President, Rural Development Society, district Islamabad (Anantnag), MLC, Dr. Bashir Ahmed Ex-MLC, Altaf Ahmed Kaloo and Sectoral officers of the district attended the function.
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