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10 September, 2015 00:00 00 AM
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Anti-drug rally held

OUR CORRESPONDENT, Lalmonirhat
Anti-drug rally held
Members of Bangladesh National Cadet Corps (BNCC), Lalmonirhat Government College unit bring out an anti-drug procession in the district yesterday. INDEPENDENT PHOTO

Members of Bangladesh National Cadet Corps (BNCC), Lalmonirhat Government College unit brought out an anti-drug procession in the district yesterday morning. The rally was organised to create awareness among the students and people about effects of drug abuse and addiction.
Acting deputy commissioner of Lalmonirhat Abu Taher Mohammad Masud Rana was present as the chief guest in the rally. The rally started from Lalmonirhat college premises at 9am, marched the main roads of the town and ended at Lalmonirhat Military farm.
A total of 160 cadets of 18 colleges under Rangpur, Kurigram, Gaibandha and Lalmonirhat took part in the procession.
Among others, acting adjutant of 2 Mohastan Battalion, BNCC Major Harun-or-Rashid and other officials of BNCC were also present in the programme.

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