During the education walk done by the children at City Park, Sec-38 D, Chandigarh and Budanpur, Sec-16, Punchkula, homes are being knocked by the cigarette dressed children, in order to spread awareness on the aftereffects of smoking amongst the society. Those homes, who have resolved to be drug free or having no member abusing any kind of drugs, are given certificates of ‘Drug Free Homes’ by these children.

Children awarded homes 'Drug Free' at Chandigarh and Panchkula in Punjab

People received the messages very overwhelmingly since this is something done by the children themselves, those considered the most vulnerable. They through rhythmic poems and lines sung the bad effect of all kinds of tobacco products in order to throw the light onto the fact that even intake of Gutkha, Cigar, Khaini, tobacco based mouth fresher is an act of tobacco consumption and should be stopped at the initial state. They also educated the people that tobacco is the highest form of addictive substance amongst the category of drugs, so should be avoided because studies says that even one trial of these leads to 80% of people addicted to it.

Children awarded homes 'Drug Free' at Chandigarh and Panchkula in Punjab

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About the Project

Bodh- the drug abuse eradication program of DJJS, works for the elimination of drug abuse and eradication of drug demand through ‘Dhyan Therapy’ , thereby transforming the drug afflicted society into an abuse free society ; where people are mentally, emotionally and spiritually strong to safeguard themselves and the society against drug addiction and substance abuse.

About the Organization

Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan is a multi-faceted socio-spiritual organization, founded and headed by His holiness Ashutosh Maharaj Ji to actualize the vision of ‘Global Peace, through Self- Awakening’. On social front, its primary focus remains on gender, health, education, environment, drug-abuse eradication, bovine conservation and empowerment of persons with disabilities and the prisoners.

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