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It is our social responsibility to make the young generation drug-free – Dr. Mohd. Shamim

ByTheCurrentScenario

Jun 15, 2024
It is our social responsibility to make the young generation drug-free – Dr. Mohd. Shamim

Tahir Kamaal Siddiqui: Indore

Indore. It is the social responsibility of all of us to make the young generation drug-free. Quit drug abuse and unite the family. This was stated by Master Trainer Judge Dr. Mohammad Shami of Madhya Pradesh High Court in the public awareness rally taken out by Bairwa community for drug de-addiction.

Giving this information, Hemraj Wadia, Madanlal Mimrot, Ramesh Gome of Bairwa community said that on this occasion, Shahar Qazi Dr. Ishrat Ali informed that drug-free awareness rallies will be taken out in Chandannagar, Khajrana and Azadnagar in the coming days. ACP Amit Singh, Tukoganj police station in-charge Jitendra Singh Yadav also addressed the people present and said that Indore Police Administration has also taken the initiative to make Indore drug-free.

Dilip Garg Mahanagar, coordinator of Sarva Samaj Community Mediation Group, said that in the coming days, a public awareness rally titled “Individuals should be drug-free, society should be drug-free, country should be drug-free” will be taken out in the areas of residents of all communities trained by the High Court. In the rally organized by the Bairwa community, former councilor Prem Jarwal, Bharat Jinwal, Ashok Jarwal, women president of Bairwa society Anita-Sandeep Kumhare, Manish Gogade, Rahul Nihore, Bhanwarlal Bohare, Jitendra Verma, Kanhaiyalal Mimrot and mediators from all communities trained by the MP High Court Legal Services Authority, prominently Praveen Neekhra, Purushottam Yadav, Naveen Chaudhary, Omprakash Dhiman, Ejaz Sheikh, Narendra Dhakad, Hameed Khan, Suresh Cullerton, Father Sumit Tahir, Narottam Maheshwari, Kamal Israni, Dr. OP Kanakne, Shankarlal Chauhan, Hemant Ahuja, Rajkumar Shere, Deepti Shere etc. were holding placards in their hands. On which these slogans were written- “This is the identity of an educated person, a drug-free healthy person, we have to drive away drug addiction, we have to bring happiness to every home, “We all have the same slogan, our country should be drug-free”, “We will break ties with drugs and unite the family”, “This campaign of de-addiction should become the identity of the people”. This rally reached Malwa Mill Square via Pancham Ki Fail, R.S. Bhandari Marg. Where a pledge was taken to make the place drug-free.

The public awareness rally was conducted by Dilip Garg and Madanlal Mimrot, coordinators of the High Court Legal Services Authority Community Mediation Group. Hemraj Wadia and Ramesh Gomes expressed their gratitude.

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