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Plan and Suggestions Sought for Drug-Free India Campaign 2.0: Amarjeet Singh

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Hamirpur, June 27: Deputy Commissioner Amarjeet Singh has announced a comprehensive campaign under the Drug-Free India Campaign 2.0 to be launched in Hamirpur district. This initiative will involve multiple departments, including the police, health department, social justice and empowerment department, education department, youth services and sports department, Nehru Yuva Kendra, Panchayati Raj department, and the information and public relations department, along with various volunteer organizations.

Chairing the district-level committee meeting on Thursday to outline the campaign, the Deputy Commissioner directed all concerned departmental officials to promptly submit their plans and suggestions. These inputs will be integrated into the campaign to enhance its effectiveness.

He emphasized that the social justice and empowerment department will act as the nodal agency for this campaign. Therefore, all related departments are required to quickly provide their plans and potential activities to the District Welfare Officer’s office.

The meeting saw the participation of SP Bhagat Singh, ADM Rahul Chauhan, and other officials who offered significant suggestions related to the Drug-Free India Campaign 2.0. District Welfare Officer Geeta Marwaha presented a detailed overview of the campaign’s various aspects and potential activities.

The Deputy Commissioner highlighted the importance of a coordinated effort in combating drug abuse and urged all departments to work collaboratively to ensure the campaign’s success. The initiative aims to raise awareness, educate the public, and implement preventive measures to create a drug-free environment in the district.

The participation of the community and volunteer organizations will be crucial in reaching out to a wider audience and creating a more significant impact. The campaign will focus on a multi-faceted approach, including educational programs, community outreach, and support services for those affected by drug abuse.

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