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Government Polytechnic Jammu hosts awareness session on drug addiction
3/15/2024 9:58:55 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Mar 15: Government Polytechnic Jammu organized a crucial awareness session aimed at enlightening students about the perils of drug addiction and acquainting them with three newly introduced criminal laws: 'Bhartiya Nyay Sanhita', 'Bhartiya Nagrik Surakhsha Sanhita', and 'Bhartiya Sakshya Sanhita'. The session, graced by Kartik Shrotriya, (IPS) SDPO Gandhi Nagar, Jammu, witnessed a comprehensive presentation highlighting the salient features of the aforementioned laws.
Shrotriya, through an insightful PowerPoint presentation, shed light on the detrimental effects of drug abuse while elucidating the significant aspects of the recently enacted criminal laws. He emphasized that these new legislations are rooted in humanist values, offering a victim-centric approach unlike their predecessors, which often reflected a colonial mindset and lacked inclusivity.
The session underscored the pivotal role of modern technology in crime prevention and resolution, a feature prominently incorporated in the new laws. Moreover, Shrotriya stressed the importance of understanding these legal frameworks, urging participants to disseminate awareness among their peers.
Er. Arun Bangotra, the Principal of the institute, commended the proactive stance of the Police department in organizing such informative sessions. He urged students to steer clear of drugs and embrace a healthy lifestyle.
The smooth conduct of the seminar was facilitated by Rishabh Sharma, Lecturer Civil Engg, along with Vishal Sharma, Kamal Kumar, and Himanshu, Demonstrator, who meticulously arranged all necessary logistics.
The awareness session stands as a testament to the collaborative efforts between educational institutions and law enforcement agencies in fostering a drug-free and law-abiding society, while empowering individuals with knowledge of their legal rights and responsibilities.
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