PLAY A GAME, SET AN AIM, LIVE DRUG FREE, SAYS VINEET JOSHI

The chairman Joshi Foundation, Mr Vineet Joshi, who has been working on spreading awareness against drugs in the youngsters, today advised the young blood to adopt a sport and set an aim that would enable them to live life free from drugs. He called upon the parents of youngsters to realize the potential of their children when their children in primary classes and help them develop it. “Once you sweat it out in the open and focus on a goal, you would never have that urge to try drugs, which usually draws the youngsters towards this fatal habit of drug addiction,” he said.

Joshi flanked by  SSP Jatinder Singh Khaira was addressing students at the Punjab Institute of Management and Technology during his program being conducted in educational institutes to create awareness on drug addiction and its horrific results. Joshi called upon the students to chart out a routine and stick to it religiously. “Every young mind needs proper food thrice a day, exercises and plenty of good ideas to ponder on. You should tailor your routine to fit around these principles that will ensure your victory forever in life,” he motivated the students. He also address the students of Gobindgarh public school.

Joshi also called upon the children to socially boycott their relatives who come home drunk or who even drink on different occasions. He said that the young generation alone can save society from being further pushed into the abyss of drug addiction.

Accompanied by the DSP Amloh Manpreet, councilor Mandi Gobindgarh Tejinder Singh and others, Joshi administered pledge to the students for not taking up drugs at any point of time in their life and for boycotting those who consumer or sell drugs.

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