Demands installation of CCTV, street lights in drug addiction prone areas
JAMMU: Apni Party Youth Wing Provincial President Jammu, Vipul Bali has said that the Party is going to launch an anti-drug movement in Jammu from October 15th to raise awareness against drug addiction.
As per a press release, Vipul Bali said that the Apni Party has decided to launch a movement against the drug addiction in Jammu and Kashmir.
“The drug addiction has given rise to the multiple crime activities in Jammu like theft and posed a serious threat to the peaceful life,” he said, and added that the police cannot handle the drug addiction alone, but the society must join hands with them to curb the menace.
He demanded that the Govt should install CCTV and street lights in areas affected with drug addiction so that the drug peddlers could be nabbed, and the chain of drug smugglers can be unearthed by the police.
“The civil society, family members of drug addicts, and police should work in coordination with each other to deal with the situation that has turned alarming,” he added.
He said that the Apni Party is committed to fight the social evils, drug addiction, and anti-social activities in the society.
He reminded that the Apni Party President Syed Mohammed Altaf Bukhari had donated Rs 5 lakhs each in Jammu and Kashmir Divisions to fight against the drug addiction.
“We will take forward the initiative taken up by the Party President and educate people against the drug addiction in a put up fight against the drug addiction and increasing crime,” he added.