Bodh- the Drug Abuse Eradication Program of Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan, founded and headed by His Holiness Ashutosh Maharaj ji, organised a sensitizing lecture at Kendriya Vidhyalaya in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. Sadhvi Rukmani Bharti ji, an expert on the subject, delivered an eminently enlightening lecture, titled, ‘Are we under Influnece’ demonstrating how people under pressure of diffrent sorts, give away their life to abuse and then finally to addiction.

Voicing out the harmful consequences of Drug Abuse at Shimla

Almost 300 students attended the session, along with teachers, the management team and the school authority in an entirety. Sadhvi ji also attempted in making her lecture interactive and participatory by introducing necessarily factual demonstrations and other varied activities on the subjectmatter.

Voicing out the harmful consequences of Drug Abuse at Shimla

In this way, this lecture was aimed at inculcating repulsive views and strengthened values in the innocent minds of students against the deceivingly futile attraction of drugs and it's addiction, so that in future, they can combat this menace with their empowered understanding.

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 and substance abuse.

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’. DJJS is working towards social reformation and welfare of the communities, through its network of branches spread across the globe. 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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