INTERNATIONAL DAY AGAINST DRUG ABUSE AND ILLICIT TRAFFICKING PUALIN GOVT. CHAMPHAI COLLEGE-AH HUN HMANG, EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS ON DRUGS AND ITS RELATED RESISTANCE

Champhai, June 27, 2022: District Level Nasha Mukt Bharat Abhiyaan (NMBA) and District Level Narco Coordination Center (NCORD) Committee today held a meeting to mark the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking under Govt. Drugs and related issues training for Champhai College students was held at College Multipurpose Hall. The theme of the function was ‘Addressing drug challenges in health & humanitarian crises’. District Bawrhsap Pu James Lalrinchhana was the chief guest. Champhai College Principal Pu P. Lalhmingliana was the chief guest. Afterwards, drug and related prevention education was conducted in schools.

Khuallian Pu James Lalrinchhana said that drug addiction is a global problem that affects individual, community and national life, economy and security. Champhai District, one of the districts selected for the Nasha Mukt Bharat Abhiyaan-Drug Free India Campaign, should work together to fight the spread of drugs, he said mad. Champhai District Police seized drugs worth Rs 5,000 crore were burnt on the occasion of International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, he said.

Education is one of the most important tools in the fight against drugs and related issues, he said. He advised the students to pay close attention to the students and those around them. He thusawiah hian Chief Minister Pu Lal Thanhawla chuan, “If you have determination, diligence and honesty to succeed, drugs will never have a place in your life,” a ti a. He said that drugs and related issues can be successfully fought together.

Chief Guest Pu P. Lalhmingliana said that drugs and related activities are caused by pleasure and affect the body, mind and thoughts. He said that tobacco and drug abuse is a waste of money and drugs. He said that drug abuse is a waste of money and alcohol . . . . He said that the fight against drugs should be fought together not only individually but also together.

Pu F. Lalrinmuana, President, Sub-Hqrs YMA (SYMA) Champhai said that drugs are a source of income for the people of Champhai . . . . He encouraged the students to do their utmost to achieve academic success without involvement in drugs.

Working Chairman, Anti-Drug Cell, Govt. Champhai College chaired the function. Pi PB Liansangpuii, Member Secretary, Nasha Mukt Bharat Abhiyaan, Champhai District explained the purpose of the program and the overall activities in the fight against drugs. The Governor also presented awards to the winners of the Slogan, Poetry and Short Video Clip competition. Pu James Vanlalhruaitluanga, MS&RB introduced the programme.

After the programme, Drug Awareness Rally was held. College students marched from Multipurpose Hall to College Main Gate. At 2 pm, 11 selected schools in Champhai town; Vengsang High School, Govt. G.M. H/S, Govt. Roseland School, Govt. Vengthlang M/S, PES Vengthlang, Govt. Champhai High School, Govt. Venglai M/S, Govt. R.Hranga High School, Govt. Kanan M/S, Govt. Bethel M/S and Bethel H/S drug awareness training was also conducted.

The Nasha Mukh Bharat Abhiyaan-Drug Free India Campaign is being implemented in 272 districts of India. Aizawl, Kolasib and Champhai districts were selected from Mizoram for the campaign according to the National Survey conducted by the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) and the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment.

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