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16 July, 2018 00:00 00 AM
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SP for building social movement against narcotics in Gaibandha

BSS
SP for building social movement against narcotics in Gaibandha

GAIBANDHA: Superintendent of police (SP) Engineer Abdul Mannan Miah in a function here on Saturday underscored the need for building social movement and creating much awareness to the people about the bad effects of narcotics to build a drug free society, reports BSS.

“The people particularly the young generation should be protected from the menace of the narcotics anyhow so that they could not derail from the right track creating manifold problems in the family and the society as well,” he said.

Abdul Mannan Miah made the comments while addressing a view-exchange meeting at the office of freedom fighters at Godown Bazaar under Malibari union of Sadar upazila in the district on Friday as the chief guest.

Gaibandha Sadar Police Station arranged the function in a bid to make the people of the union free from drug trading and drug taking through motivational campaign.

With officer-in-charge of the thana Khan M Shariar in the chair, the function was also addressed, among others, by Union Parishad Chairman Ali Azam Shah Runu, freedom fighter Khurshid Alam and Jubo League leader Mohammad Sobuj while journalist Sarker M Shahiduzzaman was the moderator. The chief guest said it was not possible for any individual, group or the government to contain the drug abuse until the social movement should be forged built against the drugs and it would have to start from the family and the society.

Terming the drug taking as social disease and barrier to the socio-economic development of the country, the SP said it would not be possible to eliminate from the society without the movement of all the stakeholders and the drives against the drugs would continue. In this context, the SP urged all the stakeholders of the society to come forward with the positive attitude and play role and keep much contribution against drugs from their respective position.

OC Khan M Shariar called upon the community people to extend their wholehearted cooperation towards law enforcing agencies with authentic information about the drugs traders and traffickers so that they could be brought to book.

A large number of people including social workers, teachers, businessmen, political leaders, public representatives, and journalists were present on the occasion.

 

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