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Seminar on Drug De-addiction held at Boys Higher Secondary School Ganderbal


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February 25: The seminar on drug de-addiction was held today at Government Boys Higher Secondary School Ganderbal with the joint assistance of DSEK and DDC PCR Kashmir.

The seminar was attended by employees of the school and huge gathering of students.

SSP Ganderbal Shri Khalil Ahmad Poswal-JKPS delivered the awareness lecture to sensitize the students about the dangers of drug abuse. He urged students to be part of social awakening regarding drug abuse. He further suggested to those affected to avail the facility of drug De-Addiction and Rehabilitation Centre PCR Kashmir.

SSP Ganderbal threw light on the importance of life as a precious gift from the Creator and same should be lived with gratitude. He further requested parents to take care and be conscious towards their wards. He also requested them to aware their children about ill-effects of drug abuse.

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