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CP.CV Anand launched Anti-Drug Committees(ADC) in 55 colleges in East Zone

Hyredabad’Dec 17’2022 (PMI) To eradicate drug abuse and to carry out sustained campaigns, City Police Commissioner Mr.CV Anand launched Anti-Drug Committees(ADC) in 55 colleges in East Zone here at Tagore auditorium, Osmania University. Around 1000 students of various colleges, ADC members & faculty members attended the event.
In his address on the occasion, CP Anand said that ADCs serve as the bridge for effective coordination between police and educational institutions to synergise the fight against illicit drugs abuse and trade. “Anti-drug committees, which works on the line of Anti-ragging committees, in every college must comprise a minimum of 5 members drawn from faculty, hostel wardens and students, to guide the youngsters & counsel them to prevent them to drugs.” he said.
The city police chief also elaborated the responsibilities of ADCs in detail. ADCs activities include conducting meetings, workshops and liaising with the local police etc., He urged the managements to put up banners, signages in the premises of the campus. “It is now mandatory to instate ADC in all colleges in city.” he said referring the recent notification issued by the CP Hyderabad under the city police act
Reciting the measures taken by the state government and city police , Mr.Anand apprised the attendees on how the Hyderabad Narcotics Enforcement Wing dismantled the drug cartels beginning with local peddlers, inter-state gangs, dark web deals, international suppliers and their deportation and the results of Rehabilitation measures.
Being an Osmania alumnus he shared vivid memories with the students in an interactive engagement and sensitised them by sharing the adverse effects of drugs. Citing the NCRB figures, he cautioned them about the dangerous consequences on health, career and the society at large.
He announced that the city police will take the drive forward to schools in the second phase. The government is contemplating to enact new norms to address sexual abuses, ragging and drug abuse issues by fixing up the responsibility on the managements concerned, he said.
Dr.Sandeep from Asha hospitals diligently explained how the younger generations are falling into the vicious cycle of drug addiction. “Most of the youngsters try it out for pleasure in the beginning and in the later stages they get addicted.” He said.
P.Lakshmi Narayana, Registrar OU said that they were appreciative of HCP for launching the ADC in city beginning with OU and assured all possible assistance to the city police. Since the Osmania university and its affiliated colleges draws large number of foreign students, Professor Sriram Venkatesh, principal of OU engineering college opined that counselling sessions should be conducted exclusively to foreign students to sensitise them.
Sri Vikram Singh Mann, Addl.CP(L&O); Mr.Sunil Dutt; DCP Eat Zone; Mr.G.Chakravarthy, DCP H-New and other staff officers of city police attended the launch event.To eradicate drug abuse and to carry out sustained campaigns, City Police Commissioner Mr.CV Anand launched Anti-Drug Committees(ADC) in 55 colleges in East Zone here at Tagore auditorium, Osmania University. Around 1000 students of various colleges, ADC members & faculty members attended the event.
In his address on the occasion, CP Anand said that ADCs serve as the bridge for effective coordination between police and educational institutions to synergise the fight against illicit drugs abuse and trade. “Anti-drug committees, which works on the line of Anti-ragging committees, in every college must comprise a minimum of 5 members drawn from faculty, hostel wardens and students, to guide the youngsters & counsel them to prevent them to drugs.” he said.
The city police chief also elaborated the responsibilities of ADCs in detail. ADCs activities include conducting meetings, workshops and liaising with the local police etc., He urged the managements to put up banners, signages in the premises of the campus. “It is now mandatory to instate ADC in all colleges in city.” he said referring the recent notification issued by the CP Hyderabad under the city police act
Reciting the measures taken by the state government and city police , Mr.Anand apprised the attendees on how the Hyderabad Narcotics Enforcement Wing dismantled the drug cartels beginning with local peddlers, inter-state gangs, dark web deals, international suppliers and their deportation and the results of Rehabilitation measures.
Being an Osmania alumnus he shared vivid memories with the students in an interactive engagement and sensitised them by sharing the adverse effects of drugs. Citing the NCRB figures, he cautioned them about the dangerous consequences on health, career and the society at large.
He announced that the city police will take the drive forward to schools in the second phase. The government is contemplating to enact new norms to address sexual abuses, ragging and drug abuse issues by fixing up the responsibility on the managements concerned, he said.
Dr.Sandeep from Asha hospitals diligently explained how the younger generations are falling into the vicious cycle of drug addiction. “Most of the youngsters try it out for pleasure in the beginning and in the later stages they get addicted.” He said.
P.Lakshmi Narayana, Registrar OU said that they were appreciative of HCP for launching the ADC in city beginning with OU and assured all possible assistance to the city police. Since the Osmania university and its affiliated colleges draws large number of foreign students, Professor Sriram Venkatesh, principal of OU engineering college opined that counselling sessions should be conducted exclusively to foreign students to sensitise them.
Sri Vikram Singh Mann, Addl.CP(L&O); Mr.Sunil Dutt; DCP Eat Zone; Mr.G.Chakravarthy, DCP H-New and other staff officers of city police attended the launch event.(PMI)

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