Campaign to protect youths from drug addiction

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A meeting chaired by Social Welfare Punjab Director General Mudasser Riaz Malik has decided to launch Whistle-blower campaign to promote awareness among youth, particularly students. The meeting reviewed various aspects of the campaign and took necessary decisions for effective implementation.

The meeting was also attended by Deputy Director Social Welfare Lahore Ashraf Janjua, representatives of schools, civil society and NGOs.

Social Welfare Punjab Director General Mudasser Riaz Malik resolved that the Whistleblower campaign would be transformed into an effective movement. “The drug users will be identified and then counseled; however names of citizens will be kept secret”, said Malik. He said that in the first phase, the campaign had been started for 14 to 22-year-old students.

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