Students should shun addictive substances: Daule


Deolali Camp : Students should concentrate on study in their school and college life. They should stay away from addictions and not think about them. It is difficult to get out of it if one gets habituated to addicitions, stated senior police inspector of Deolali Camp police station Subhash Daule.

NCC observed World De-addiction Day at SVKT college on Saturday. Senior police inspector Subhash Daule was present as the chief guest. Principal Dr. Vijay Medhne presided over the programme. Prof. Sunita Adke, Prof. V C Badvar, Prof. Vilas Saidpatil, Prof. Jayant Mahajan and police havildar Vishal Salunke were present on the dais.

Daule said that college students are targets of addictive substances. A gang is working at college level for this. 7 million youths die every year in world due to consumption of addictive substances. India has 65% youth out of 130 crore population. India is thus more in danger from addictive substances than other countries, he added.

Principal Dr. Vijay Medhne stated that one can not get rid of addiction once he gets habituated to it. Addicted youths do not think before killing a person if they have no money to buy addictive substances. Considering this youths should stay away from addictive substances, he urged.

Prof. Jayant Mahajan made the introductory speech. Organiser V C Badvar proposed the vote of thanks. Students in large numbers were present for the programme.