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Say No To Drugs, Students Told | Coimbatore News

COIMBATORE: Deputy commissioner of police (Coimbatore north) N Mathivanan on Saturday sensitized the school students to the implications of drug usage.
Addressing the students at the Nirmala College for Women as part of ‘Sangamippom bodhai illa vazhkayai nokki’ (choose life, not drugs) programme, he said the drug addiction could put a person’s personal and public life in limbo. “Drug addicts will lose their concentration and self-confidence,” he said and urged the students to engage in any extra-curricular activities to put their energy into good use.
Speaking to the media later, Mathivanan said there was a need to sensitize youngsters, particularly students, to prevent them from getting addicted to drugs. “By streamlining their lives, drug usage could be controlled in society.”
The event was jointly organized by the Don Bosco Anbu Illam, Covai Mariyalaya and the Rythm Social Service Society to mark the Children’s Day celebrations.
Fabian, assistant director of Don Bosco Anbu Illam, said they conducted the programme as the state was reporting a spike in narcotic substance cases in recent times.

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