The event saw an enthusiastic turnout, with participants including citizens, members of civil society, children from Sweet Homes, students of the Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology, representatives from the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industries, and police officers. The walk commenced from Shaheed Millat F-6/1 and concluded at D Chowk.

During the walk, participants expressed their appreciation for the “Nasha Abhi Nahi” movement initiated by Islamabad Police and engaged in discussions about the detrimental effects of drug addiction on society. They voiced their commitment to support Islamabad Police in ensuring the capital remains free from drugs.

Addressing the gathering, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Syed Ali Nasir Rizvi emphasized the inclusive nature of the movement, welcoming citizens and residents from all provinces to join hands in this endeavor. He stressed the importance of collective effort in combating the scourge of drug addiction and pledged to continue the movement until narcotics are eradicated from society.

IGP highlighted the devastating impact of drug addiction on individuals and families, emphasizing the need for widespread awareness campaigns in streets, educational institutions, and commercial centers. He also underscored the enforcement aspect, stating that Islamabad Police had already apprehended 250 drug dealers since the launch of the movement and would continue to crack down on drug trafficking in the capital.

Furthermore, IGP called upon the Inspectors General of police from other provinces to initiate similar movements, emphasizing a united front against drug peddling nationwide.

At the end the IGP Syed Ali Nasir Rizvi expressed his determination to safeguard the future of the younger generation and extended gratitude to the participants, including the children from Sweet Homes, students, citizens, representatives from the Chamber of Commerce and Industries, journalists, and police officers, for their support and commitment.



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