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Collaborate in saving the youth who are going in the wrong direction of addiction : Manohar – dainiktribuneonline.com

Panipat, 26 November (WAP)

Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that everyone’s cooperation is needed to save the youth who are going in the wrong direction due to intoxication etc. This is a huge challenge for the entire society. This problem has now become global. Evils can be avoided by public awareness. Chief Minister Manohar Lal was speaking at Brahma Kumaris’ Gyan Mansarovar Retreat Center near village Thirana on Sunday. He also inaugurated the newly constructed auditorium during this. This auditorium has a seating capacity of more than 2000 people.

Chief Minister Manohar Lal while referring to the meditation method said that one can easily get rid of addictions. Being in touch with God can remove the habit of addiction, so efforts should be made to bring as many people as possible to the path of Dhyan Yoga. It is necessary to awaken especially the youth in that too. He appreciated the work of Brahmakumaris and said that when BK sisters come forward against drug addiction then with their inspiration and strength the young addicts will be freed from it easily. On this occasion, the Chief Minister flagged off the ‘Nasha Mukt Haryana’ campaign run by the Central Government. From 4th March 2023, the Brahma Kumaris organization is providing services to the corners of the country under this campaign in collaboration with the Government of India. In the same episode, a campaign rally was started from Panipat on Sunday for the entire state. Apart from the Chief Minister in the program Dr. Brahmakumaris headquarters from Mount Abu. Pratap Midha, Rajya Sabha MP Krishna Lal Panwar, Gyan Mansarovar Director BK Bharat Bhushan, Panipat Sub Zone Incharge BK Sarla Bahn, Panipat Refinery Executive Director ML Dahria were present.

Campaign leader Dr. Pratap Midha said that on 4th March 2023 Brahmakumari Sanstha started this anti-drug campaign by signing a contract with the government. A bus decorated with pictures from the exhibition will accompany this campaign rally and around 8 or 10 Brahmakumars and Brahmakumari sisters will walk along. By visiting schools, colleges and universities, the youth will be made aware and inspired to stay free from addictions. Along with this, you will also experience meditation so that it becomes easy to give up addictions.

The Chief Minister reached Panipat late on Saturday evening. During this time he visited the village Mahrana and instructed to improve the disposal of garbage at the dumping site. Also saw the proposed land of Chhath Ghat. He also instructed the administration to make proper arrangements for the ghat as soon as possible.

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