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Maluka calls for collective strategy to combat drug menace

"The objective of the police is not to harass drug victims but to help them," said Mohali SSP.

Punjab Rural Development and Panchayat Minister, Sikander Singh Maluka, on Thursday emphasised the need for launching a strategy to tackle the drug menace. Speaking at a function to release the July edition of the Sade Pind magazine at Vikas Bhawan, Maluka said that in the battle against drug addiction, both government and non-government agencies must come together. He also emphasised the role of magazines and literature and said Sade Pind had a wide reach among people in rural areas.

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Mohali SSP asks people to help cops fight drugs

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Mohali SSP Inder Mohan Singh Bhatti on Thursday held a meeting regarding drug awareness with public representatives including members of Residential Welfare Associations (RWAs), ex-councillors and leaders of other welfare associations. Bhatti appealed to assist the police in its fight against the drug menace. “The objective of the police is not to harass drug victims but to help them,” he said.

First published on: 04-07-2014 at 12:53 IST
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