“Say no to drugs” “Say Yes to life. “
South Division police in collaboration with Vintage cars Association reiterated that Drug-free bengaluru is the priority of the state government and administration has been working on mission mode to make it successful.
An unique initiative a symbolic protest to spread awareness to the youths and society to “say no to drugs” “say yes to life” through Vintage cars and bikes rally was flagged off today at Shalini Ground in Jayanagar by Deputy Chief Minister and Home Minister of karnataka,Dr.G.Parameshwara along with Jayanagar MLA,Sowmya Reddy,Commissioner of Police,T.Suneel Kumar,Addl CPs,as,B.K.Singh,R.Hitendra,
Seemanth Kumar Singh with DCPs, as,Dr.S.D.Sharanappa,Dr.M.B. Boralingaiah,Dr.Anupam Agarwal,Smt.Sara Fathima with all ACPs,PIs,PSIs,with other staff of South Division was too present at the unique and exclusive event organized by South Division Police to eliminate the drug usage from the society.
Dignitaries and senior officers with Vintage car owners flagged off the event and the campaign strategy adopted by police involving social organisations and common people is a powerful tool to eliminate the drugs usage from the society. The vintage car and bike owners will be travelling across the city near malls and shopping complex with placards to spread awareness and ill effects of consumption of drugs. The cars displayed are here of year 1932,1933 models car owners have joined hands to spread awareness to the society.
Placards with awareness messages were displayed like Addiction is a brain disease “say no to drugs.”
Don’t say yes have the courage to say no “say no to drugs.”
Drugs is not a child’s play nor an adult’s “say no to drugs”.
Many youths with senior citizens with public have participated in the unique initiative to make drug free society.
Senior officers and staff of Bengaluru city police also seen displaying placards to educate and spread awareness in general public and especially youth about the ill effects of consumption of drugs “Say no to drugs”. DCM and HM,Dr.G.Parameshwara told media persons,We have a started a movement to create awareness on the increasing drug consumption in the city.We want to put an end to it the owners of the vintage cars too are supporting us to spread the message “Say no to drugs,”This is a symbolic protest to put an end to drug menace in the city he added.
Bengaluru city police commissioner,T.Suneel Kumar told media persons,An exclusive initiative has been taken by the Bengaluru city police to create awareness about drug consumption.The campaign is held from August to September.We are trying to reach youth in different ways to “Say no to drugs”.We have different programs to educate youth to not to consume drugs.On this occasion today we have organized rally through vintage cars he even said that you can see the 1932 car is well maintained today also means it means that it has not consumed drugs so it is well maintained by the owner of the car he added.