May 30, 2024


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NGO Conducted Drugs Awareness Programme.

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The philanthropist NGO organization School of Hope Foundation Welfare Society has conducted drugs Awareness programme here at Taidu market under Ampi Nagar block in Gomati Tripura today. Aiming to generate affective awareness amidst the local youths the NGO organization has disposed this awareness programme in the middle of Taidu market because of this area needs proper awareness over the drugs. As per the public report, drugs utility has been prevailed in this area where many youths are engaged either drugs consumption or secret dealing. Targeting to save and protect the youngsters those who are studying in schools the NGO organization has included a large number of school students in this awareness programme. The NGO organization members and school  students have unitedly conducted big rally from Taidu H/S School to Taidu market in large queue and raised strong voice against this destructive tendency. The rally has given message to the people of Taidu to be alert for the children to save their future.

Addressing the gathering Ambika Debbarma, assistant secretary of the organization said, “We are in anxious to notice the woeful tendency of the drugs addiction which is destroying our youths; vanishing the future of the youngsters. It is our fundamental duty to protect our youngsters from this dangerous addiction of drugs  immediately otherwise our many valuable lives will be totally spoiled. We have to make them careful over these poison which bring death in the long run.” She strictly advised the all student participants to study with full concentration to make myself a good citizen and instructed them to stay away from all kinds of narcotic substances which are a great  hindrance in student life. Amidst the other distinguished participants there were Manoj Debbarma, president of the NGO organization, Shambhuray Debbarma, secretary, Sagarika Debbarma, treasurer, Narendra Debbarma, vice president and many others remained present in the programme. 

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