Christian lawyer Jacqueline Sultan concerned on rising use of drug among students


Islamabad: January 24, 2017. (PCP) Christian Lawyer and Human Rights Activist Miss Jacqueline Sultan while addressing youth in Fatima Church Islamabad expressed deep concern over reports of increased use of drugs by students in schools and colleges of Islamabad. She said administration of schools, colleges and universities should take strict measures to have a check on drug related activities and should report to the concerned authorities immediately. She appealed to civil society and media specially government to play role for welfare of those suffering from addiction and help to save our coming generations.

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