|Early Times Report|
Jammu, Sept 15: In a resolute bid to combat the escalating drug crisis, Superintendent of Police (SP) Jammu South, Shaheen Wahid, spearheaded an awareness march along with the Jammu Kashmir Police, local business community, and concerned citizens. The march, held on Apsara Road in Gandhi Nagar, witnessed a substantial turnout of dedicated individuals determined to purge their community of narcotics. Participants, wielding placards and banners adorned with anti-drug slogans, captured the attention of residents and passersby alike. SP Shaheen Wahid took the lead during the march and addressed the gathered crowd, shedding light on the destructive impact of drug addiction on individuals, families, and society as a whole.
“While the Jammu Kashmir Police is making every possible effort to eliminate this menace from the region, collaborative endeavors from society at large are imperative to achieve this,” emphasized SP Shaheen Wahid. She stressed the necessity of collective actions in curbing the drug menace and encouraged citizens to actively identify and report drug-related activities. Prominent citizens, including Anil Kohli, Rajan Gupta, Ashwani Khullar, Avtar Singh Khalsa, Sanjay Gupta, Navin Gupta, and others, expressed their unwavering commitment to a drug-free Jammu. They underscored the importance of a holistic approach, involving law enforcement agencies, community leaders, and concerned citizens, to effectively address this pressing issue.
Appreciating the J&K Police for this thought-provoking initiative, these individuals pledged their full support to the police force in their battle against the drug menace. Their presence at the march highlighted the significance of a united front in tackling this critical problem.
Local residents who observed the march expressed their gratitude for this initiative and acknowledged the need for sustained efforts to combat the drug problem in Jammu. Many offered their support and eagerness to collaborate on future initiatives aimed at eradicating drugs from their neighborhoods.