Anti-tobacco monitoring committee meets
Srinagar: Anti-tobacco monitoring committee under the chairmanship of Additional Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Aslam Qadri reviewed the progress of anti-tobacco campaign and also reviewed the preliminary end-line survey conducted independently by Dy. Director Evaluation & Statistics, Srinagar on Friday.
It was decides to launch a sustained and rigorous drive against smoking in public places, drug mafia and Gutka. Instructions were given to all district officers to take effective measures in this regard. Excise department was asked to destroy cannabis growing wild on the banks of the river, as well as areas where it is professionally cultivated. Strict instructions were given to conduct random inspections in vicinity of all educational institutions so that school and college going children do not fall prey to the menace.
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