Step Toward a Life-Saving Future

August 25, 2023

Drug abuse is a worldwide problem, and young people throughout the world are known for consuming various types of drugs.

Unfortunately, many young people in India use drugs. In order to increase sales, drug distributors target young people across the country. Young people frequently fall prey to them and destroy their futures.

The Tamil Nadu government in Trichy took the initiative to educate students and young people against drug addiction. The Sisters of Charity of Nazareth in Trichy supported a rally in Ramjinagar, Trichy. The police department and the government of Tamil Nadu jointly coordinated the rally.

Thousands of students participated in the rally, raising the slogans saying, ” PUT IT OUT BEFORE IT PUTS YOU OUT. “ At the end of the rally, students pledged to refrain from using addictive substances.


1 Comment

  1. rita puthenkalam

    A much-needed education among the youth now.
    Good going, St. Vincent School!


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