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I will not left a single stone unturned to make our Kashmir drug free, says Indumeet


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Srinagar : On the the International Day against Drug abuse, Kashmiri Sikh Community leader Indumeet Singh appealed people of Kashmir to come forward and take a collective step to end menace of drug addiction in Kashmir which is ruining lives of thousands of youth in Kashmir.

In a statement Indumeet Singh said, ” The menace of Drug addiction has gone out of hand. The society of Kashmir along with the law enforcement agencies need to act together to end the vice of drug addiction”.

“Celebration of International Day against Drug abuse is not enough to end the menace of drug in Kashmir.  We need to work daily on it untill we make our Kashmir drug free,” Indumeet added.

“I will not left a single stone unturned to make our Kashmir drug free” adding he said “on this Global  Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking let us take honest pledge to guide our youth to a better future without drugs, “.

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