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3 March, 2018 00:00 00 AM / LAST MODIFIED: 3 March, 2018 12:40:57 AM
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‘Media can help contain drug trafficking’

BSS

NARSINGDI: Both the print and electronic media can play a pioneering role in combating drug abuse and trafficking, reports BSS.

This view was expressed at a press briefing held in the conference room of the deputy commissioner here on Thursday.

District Information office organized the press briefing to sensitize the media people on the issue.

Addressing the participants, officials concerned said the print and electronic media can help creating social awareness about the issue.

Deputy Commissioner Dr Subash Chandra Biswas chaired the press briefing. He said the present government is pledged bound to free the society from drug abuse and trafficking. The law enforcement agencies alone are not capable of combating the social menace.

District Information Officer Nasima Khatun presented the welcome speech.  She said Information Ministry launched the anti-drug campaign titled ‘love your life, stay away from drug’ with a view to creating social awareness against the use of abusive drugs.

Assistant Director, Department of Narcotics Control, Mostafizur Rahman, former president of Narsingdi Chamber of Commerce CIP Mosharraf Hossain, president of Narsingdi Press Club Morshed Shahriar, General Secretary Shafiqul Mohammad

Manik, Ittefaq Correspondent Nibaron Roy and Head Master(Acting) of Narsingdi Ideal High School Monjile Millat, among others, addressed the meeting.

 

 

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