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Hyderabad City Civil Court holds Anti-Drug Abuse awareness camp

Hyderabad City Civil Court holds Anti-Drug Abuse awareness camp

Hyderabad:  The City Civil Court Legal Services Authority, Hyderabad, has conducted Legal Services Camp Module Programme on Anti-Drug Abuse at Sultan-Ul-Uloom Education Society, Banjara Hills, on Saturday.

The Justice Raghavendra S Chauhan, Chief Justice and Patron in Chief of Telangana State Legal Services Authority, Hyderabad, has inaugurated module camp on Anti-Drug Abuse at Sultan Ul-Uloom Education Society, Banjara Hills on Saturday.

Addressing the gathering he encouraged young students and wished them of their best future ahead he also refer to family relations and how the fate of the individuals will be determine he said categorically that youth, adolescents are tempted to drugs as an experiment and such experiment leads to dominate body and brain then he cautioned youth to beware of such temptation and become responsible citizens and Chief Justice & Patron in Chief, Telangana State Legal Services Authority, Hyderabad, established “ANTI DRUG ABUSE CLUB

Hyderabad City Civil Court holds Anti-Drug Abuse awareness camp
Justice Raghavendra S Chauhan addressing the awareness programme at Sultan-Ul-Uloom on Saturday.

The Justice M.S. Ramachandra Rao, Executive Chairman of Telangana State Legal Services Authority, Hyderabad, has also spoke on the occasion about the initiation of NALSA and the activities of Telangana State Legal Services Authority, Hyderabad and City Civil Court Legal Services Authority, Hyderabad.

In the beginning of the programme C. Sumalatha, Chief Judge and Chairman,  City Civil Court Legal Services Authority, Hyderabad have explained the role of Legal Services Authority to prevent Drug Addiction and Drug Abuse and D. Jagadishwara Rao, President, Bar Association, City Civil Court, Hyderabad, has also spoke on this occasion.

Speaking on this occasion Mahesh Bhagwat, Commissioner of Police, Rachakonda, had enlighten the students with power point presentation along with short films and advised them not to addict the Drugs in their life and in this programme Judicial Officers, Advocates and NGO’s are participated and also students from various Engineering Colleges, Law Colleges and Medical Colleges are participated.

Hyderabad City Civil Court holds Anti-Drug Abuse awareness camp
Mahesh Bhagwat, Commissioner of Police, Rachakonda speaking at the Anti-Drug Abuse awareness camp at Sultan-Ul-Uloom on Saturday.

In this programme established stalls by the Narcotic Control Bureau, Excise Department, District Medical and Health Department, Hyderabad and other Narcotic anonymous NGO’s and they displayed posters distributed pamphlets to the students who visited stalls.

GV Subrahmanyam member Secretary Telangana state legal service Authority, Hyderabad also spoke the occasion. Sulatan Ul uloom education society vice chairman Valiullah, Treasurer Dr Mir Akbar Ali Khan and all the head masters, teaching staff of campus participated.

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