STATE TIMES NEWS KATHUA: Continuing its efforts to create mass awareness against drugs de-addiction, the Excise Department on Monday organised a ‘Nukkad Natak’ at Govindsar (Kathua) under Excise Range Kathua. The Natak was presented by the artists of ‘The KalaKaars Jammu’. As a part of comprehensive action plan against drug abuse conceived by the Excise Commissioner, Talat Pervez Rohella, the programme was aimed at educating youth regarding various social and ill-effects of drug abuse. People were also made aware regarding various schemes of Government and initiatives of the Excise Department for rehabilitation and welfare of drug-affected persons. The Excise Range Kathua organised the play under the supervision of Deputy Excise Commissioner, S Amarjeet Singh in collaboration with J&K Academy of Art Culture and Languages and other stakeholders. Rafie Naik and Dhian Chand also spoke on the occasion and highlighted ill effects of drug-addiction. Inspectors Arun Kumar, Razi Ahmad; Sub Inspectors Sanjeev Kumar, Amit Sharma and officials of Excise department along with licensees of Excise Range Kathua were also present on the occasion.
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