Abid Hussain Wani
Doda, June 24: Police organized a debate competition on “Drug Abuse” at Town Hall Doda on Monday here.
A total 14 students of different Schools of Doda Town spoke on the topic of “Drug Abuse” out of which Qurat-Ul Aan, Student of 12th Class of Govt. Girls HSS Doda secured Ist position, Aisha Saleem of 11th Class of Green Model HSS Doda secured 2nd position, Amir Suhail of 12th class of Shaheen Public School Doda secured 3rd position and Sakshi Bhagat of 11th Class of Govt. Girls Hr. Sec. School Doda secured 4th position. The position holder Students were awarded with trophy/ participation certificates. Moreover, all the participating students were also awarded with participation certificates. The participated students have appreciated the role of J&K Police in organizing such debate competition which will go a long way to protect the society especially youth who are the future of the country from the evils of drug addiction in order to encourage the youth to participate in the drug free society. In furtherance to the said objective District Police Doda has stepped up efforts for prevention and detection of illicit drugs and organizing such debate competition for the drug free society.
The debate competition was attended by Ved Prakash Gupta President MC Doda, Tanveer Ahmed Wani HOD DIET Doda, Javed Iqbal HOD Economics Degree College Doda, Ravinder Pal Singh SP Ops Doda, Master Popsy ASP Hqrs Doda, Manoj Kumar DySP Hqrs Doda, Sachin Sharma DySP Prob. Doda and other officers of Police and Civil administration, faculty members/ Students of the Govt/ Private Schools of Doda Town.
Chief guest Shabir Ahmed Malik SSP Doda appealed the youth to refrain from drug menace, which has eaten the vitals of the society. This will also help in improving the relationship between Police and Public. He also thanked audience for witnessing such a wonderful programme. He exhorted upon the youth community to shun the path of drug menace and put their best efforts in doing good things for the society. He assured the participants that such type of programmes would be continued in future.