RANGPUR: Rangpur Metropolitan Police (RpMP) Commissioner Abdul Alim Mahmud has stressed on building a drug-free society to save the youths from the severe consequences of drugs for establishing them in the society.
“A drug addict is destroying himself and his family alongside misleading his friends and neighbours. The youths should dream of giving up drugs and establishing themselves in the society,” he said.
Lions Club of Rangpur (LCR), District 315 A2 organised the seminar at its office in observance of the October Service Fortnight 2021 with the assistance of the International Association of Lions Clubs.
The chief guest said the youths are not only losing their self-esteem by consuming drugs, getting drunk, stealing and robbing, but all the members of the family are also losing their self-respect.
“The youths should have to dream, to plan and to work accordingly to establish themselves as successful and respected persons in the society. If youths respect themselves, their families will also be respected,” he said.
The LCR, District 315 A2, has been observing the October Service Fortnight 2021 with elaborate programmes to serve the suffering humanity and distressed people all over the district.
The services include distribution of saplings, health camps, blood donation, blood grouping, diabetic tests, distribution of corrugated tin sheets, sports goods, educational inputs and improved foods among disabled and autistics children and other services.
North Bengal Coordinator of LCR District 315 A2 Lion Enamul Haque Sohel, its immediate past President Lion Hasan Mahabub Akhter Lotan, Lead Advisor Lion Farhana Hasan Bithi, among others, spoke.