PULWAMA — Government Higher Secondary School Rajpora held an awareness program on drug abuse in collaboration with Pulwama Police on Thursday.

The teachers, students and officials from Pulwama Police participated in the program aimed at informing the student community about the rising menace of drugs and remedial measures to check it.

While speaking on the occasion, Station House Officer (SHO) Rajpora Zaffar Iqbal sought cooperation from people in eradicating the social evils prevailing in society, particularly the menace of drugs.

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He highlighted the role of parents and said that parents have a greater responsibility in the social development of a child as they act as the first teachers and guides of their wards. He also spoke about preventive measures and the role of J&K Police in the prevention of drug addiction.

Mr Zaffar further said that Police is always available for help to those who are victims of this addiction and is ready to make all possible efforts to help and rehabilitate affected persons.

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The participants appreciated the efforts of the Police in facilitating such awareness programmes where participants express their opinion freely. The participants assured their full cooperation with the police in tackling social evils and other crimes.

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