Nasha Mukt Bharat: Cycle rally, block-level awareness programme against drug abuse held in Thoubal
The cycle rally campaign was organised by the Nasha Mukt Bharat Campaign Committee (NMBCC), Thoubal district in collaboration with Democratic Youth Development Organisation, Thoubal Sabaltongba Mayai Leikai.
The Nasha Mukt Bharat Campaign Committee (NMBCC), Thoubal district organised a cycle rally and block-level awareness and motivation programme on Prevention of Drugs and Alcohol Abuse at various places of Thoubal covering different communities of the district on Sunday.
The cycle rally campaign was organised at Thoubal Sabaltongba market in collaboration with Democratic Youth Development Organisation, Thoubal Sabaltongba Mayai Leikai. Many youths, students and locals participated in the rally by carrying various placards on Nasha Mukt Bharat campaign.
Meanwhile, an awareness programme was held at Chaobok Kabui Women Society building, jointly organised by NMBCC, Thoubal district and Health and Wellness Centre, Chaobok. Counsellor of Ward no.13, Thoubal Sabatongba, S Ibotombi; DSWO of Thoubal, Arambam Kameshwar Singh; member of NMBCC, Y Laxman; health supervisor, W Hemabati; and EO (WP), S Asha were the chief guest, president and guests of honour respectively.
Different Kabui and Muslim Communities participated the programme where a wide range of messages were delivered on the role of parents, friends circle and society in the prevention of drugs.
NMBCC, Thoubal District also organised a block-level awareness and motivation programme at Chingkham Makha, in collaboration with Anti Social Elements Prevention and Youth's Development Organisation. The programme was participated by many Muslims youths. Pradhan of Turel Ahanbi Atoukhong GP, Md ldris Ali; Arambam Kameshwar; Y Laxman; OC of Lilong PS, Md Riaj Khan; SDC of Lilong, Md Zamilur Rahaman; and secretary of AlLADA, Md Abit Hussain were the chief guest, president and guests of honour respectively.
All the dignitaries of the programme delivered their speeches on how to fight collectively to end the menace of drugs and intoxicants in the district.