STATE TIMES NEWS KATHUA/AKHNOOR: Continuing its efforts to create mass awareness on drugs de-addiction and liquor abuse among youth and ill effects of illicit liquor in society, Excise Department on Saturday organised a Nukkad Natak at Hatlimore Kathua in Excise Range Kathua, performed by the artist of Swaraj Theatre Group, Jammu. As a part of comprehensive action plan against drug abuse and illicit liquor conceived by Excise Commissioner, Govt of J&K, Talat Pervez Rohella, this programme was aimed at educating the youth regarding various social and health ill effects of drug abuse and illicit liquor. People were also made aware regarding various schemes of government and new initiatives of Excise Department for rehabilitation and welfare of affected persons. The Excise Range Kathua organised the play under the supervision of Deputy Excise Commissioner Executive Jammu S. Amarjeet Singh in collaboration with J&K Academy of Art Culture and Languages and other stakeholders. Inspectors Excise Arun Kumar, Razi Ahmad and Sub Inspectors Sanjeev Kumar, Nitin Sharma, excise staff Kathua along with licensees of Excise Range Kathua were also present in the occasion. Meanwhile, Excise Department North Range also organised a Nukad Natak in collaboration with the J&K Academy of Arts and Culture at village Jadd, Akhnoor. The event was conducted on the directions of Excise Commissioner, Talat Parvez Rohella.
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