Bilaspur. On the occasion of International Anti-Drug Day, the police along with United Nations organization UNODC and UNICEF gave a message against drugs. In the video message, UNODC’s Regional Representative for South Asia Marco Taxiera and Communication Officer Samarth Pathak asked to stop discriminating against drug addicts.
Chief Guest Parliamentary Secretary Secretary Rashmi Singh told the need to speed up the campaign against drugs and praised the Nijat campaign. Dozens of awareness programs were organized in human chain, school and college against drugs in every police station area of the district.
On the occasion of International Anti-Drug Day in Takhatpur’s Cultural Building, district level program against drugs organized in the presence of Chief Guest of Takhatpur MLA and Parliamentary Secretary Rashmi Ashish Singh, Superintendent of Police Santosh Singh, District Panchayat President Jitendra Pandey and Municipality President Takhatpur Pushpa Shrivas Completed.
In the programme, people were made aware against drugs through puppet dance, street play, movies of drug free people and Nizat film. During the program, a video message was given by the United Nations Organization on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) of the United Nations Organization for South Asia, Marco Taxiera and Communication Officer Samarth Pathak, in which they should not discriminate against drug addicts, but help them sympathetically. Do it.
MLA Takhatpur Rashmi Ashish Singh Chief Guest Parliamentary Secretary Secretary Rashmi Singh in her address expressed the need to intensify the campaign against drugs and praised the decrease in crime due to the Nijat campaign.
Superintendent of Police Santosh Singh told in his address that, under the Nijat Abhiyan, action is being taken against illegal drug dealers, awareness campaign and counseling. Due to this, there has been a reduction of 72 percent in the incidents of stabbing and 15 percent in the incidents of assault in the district. In four months, action has been taken against 2321 people involved in illegal drug trade.
District Panchayat President Jitendra Pandey said in his speech that, under the Nijat Abhiyan, there has been a lot of improvement in the area due to the action of the police. Dr. Samarth Sharma apprised the people present about the side effects of drugs. This program was jointly organized by Bilaspur Police, UNICEF and UNODC. Hundreds of citizens, social organizations from Takhatpur and surrounding villages participated in the program and called upon them to join and cooperate with the Nijat campaign. Bilaspur Police’s anti-drug Nijat film and the film of drug-free people were screened. Women of women’s group of village Sirsaha of police station Takhatpur were honored for completely banning liquor in their village.
Apart from this, human chain against drugs, dozens of awareness programs were organized in schools and colleges in each police station area of the district. In the successful organization of the program, Additional Superintendent of Police (Rural) Rahul Dev Sharma, SDOP. Kota Siddharth Baghel, TI Takhatpur Summat Ram Sahu, Defense Inspector Dhanendra Dhruv, Deputy Inspector Sanjay Bareth and all the police station Takhatpur staff had an important contribution.
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