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Share your idea and suggestions for Nasha Mukt Jammu and Kashmir 2.0

Start Date: 02-09-2022
End Date: 30-09-2022

The UT administration of Jammu and Kashmir has adopted a zero-tolerance policy against drug dealers and drug traffickers in the UT and launched a campaign called Nasha Mukt ...

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The UT administration of Jammu and Kashmir has adopted a zero-tolerance policy against drug dealers and drug traffickers in the UT and launched a campaign called Nasha Mukt Abhiyaan. It is the collective responsibility of society to join this fight against the drug menace.

In this context, a campaign has been launched by the government of J&K to achieve drug-free cities and villages and to spread awareness among the youth of the UT to adopt and part themselves from this pernicious menace. With determined effort and a proactive approach, representatives of all sections of the society will work with the administration to ensure villages and wards are drug-free.

In this context, MyGov Jammu and Kashmir invites all to share their ideas and suggestions for making Nasha Mukt Jammu and Kashmir.

Last Date of Submission is 30th September 2022.

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Rajiv Jain 2 days 22 hours ago

Dear sir.
Whereas admin of ut jk is taking all steps to tackle drugs ,but secondly farmost duty is for parents to keep a watch on their kids .
Thanks

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Basair Khanday 4 days 10 hours ago

Hi my name is basair khanday hailing from district budgam.i am a social activist by profession and im working on eradicating drug addiction from our ut from since three years and in these three years i observed many things first is we are lacking of awareness our youth and parents are not fully aware of this thing.second this is we as a society are lacking of parental vigelence which is very must aslso teachers play an vital role in students life as students are lacking of moral education

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MOHD ARAF CHOPAN 1 week 4 days ago

Jammu kashmir is an boarder state and highly sensitive state of our country.a highly precaution should be taken for it.
1 Awareness campaign has to launched for aware about their negative effect.
2 All school and college going student should be specially aware about it .
3 Religious dharmguru has their duty to aware people against nasha mukt society.
4 strict action should be taken against drugs mafia.a proper coordination with local people to catch drugs.

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MOHD ARAF CHOPAN 1 week 4 days ago

Nasha Mukt Bharat Abhiyaan intends to reach out to the masses and spread awareness about substance abuse through various activities like:

Awareness generation programmes
Focus on higher educational Institutions, university campuses and schools
Reaching out to the Community and identifying dependent population
Focus on counselling and treatment facilities in hospitals and rehabilitation centres that have been geo-tagged
Capacity building programmes for service providers

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kunal kishore 1 week 6 days ago

Jammu kashmir is an boarder state and highly sensitive state of our country.a highly precaution should be taken for it.
1 Awareness campaign has to launched for aware about their negative effect.
2 All school and college going student should be specially aware about it .
3 Religious dharmguru has their duty to aware people against nasha mukt society.
4 strict action should be taken against drugs mafia.a proper coordination with local people to catch drugs.

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NISAR AHMED 1 week 6 days ago

TOTAL BAN HONA CHAYEE ALL THE MANUFACTURING FACTORIES SHOULD BE CLOSED AUTOMATICALLY DRUGS WILL BE AWAY FROM OUR SOCIETY. MINOR USE SHOULD BE ALLOWED AS MEDICINE

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AnoopSinghRaju 1 week 6 days ago

Nasha Mukt Bharat Abhiyaan intends to reach out to the masses and spread awareness about substance abuse through various activities like:

Awareness generation programmes
Focus on higher educational Institutions, university campuses and schools
Reaching out to the Community and identifying dependent population
Focus on counselling and treatment facilities in hospitals and rehabilitation centres that have been geo-tagged
Capacity building programmes for service providers