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Various institutions observe international day against drug abuse and illicit trafficking at Nagaon

Hareswar Bora, Nagaon, June 26: Along with the rest of the globe, District Legal Services Authority, Nagaon, various educational institutions as well as Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) also observed the international day against drug abuse and illicit trafficking with a motto 'The evidence is clear : Let's reach out for prevention' today and launched day long campaigns against drugs menace in the district here. District Legal Services Authority, Nagaon in association with Dronacharya Junior College and Gram Vikas Parishad, Nagaon organized two separate sensitisation campaigns against drugs menace at Fouzdaripatty based Dronacharya Junior College and Rangolu based Gram Vikas Parishad campus respectively. On occasion of the day, a community walk was taken out with a view to make people aware of drug menace from the college. The chairman of DLSA, Nagaon and District and Session Judge Biswajit Chakraborty inaugurated the community walk in which the secretary of DLSA, Nagaon Munmi Neog, principal as well as other teaching faculties of the college participated. Following the event, a sensitisation programme against drugs menace was also organized at the college auditorium. Similarly, DLSA, Nagaon in association with Gram Vikas Parishad also organised a sensitisation campaign against drugs abuse at its Rangolu based office where Secretary of DLSA, Nagaon Munmi Neog, Chief Adviser to Gram Vikas Parishad Sirajuddin Ahmed, senior scribe and educationist Ghanakanta Bora were present. Srimanta Sankar Mission and Sadou Asom Gramya Puthibharal Sangstha also observed the day with a slew of anti drugs campaigns at its respective offices in the small town today. On the other hand, Najir Ajmal Memorial College of Education, Hojai, also observed the day with a three day long campaign against drug menace.
Besides, the college management authority also organised a sensitisation programme on the fatal issue at the college auditorium today. Manager of the college Jahidul Haque Chowdhury presented a brief note on the issue while Dr Ashish Shaha, the principal of the college delivered the welcome address in the programme. Besides, a procession was taken out on occasion of the day where thousands from the college as well as other well wishers participated. Anamika Bora, Miss Assam and brand ambassador of Recovery Wellness Society, Dr Khasrul Islam, director of Ajmal Foundation attended the sensitisation campaign as the chief guests, it is said in a press note here.

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