"Main Tuhada Punjab, Kahatran to paar ho chaleya, Kyon Mera Khoon, Aj Chitte the Shikar Ho Challeya (Punjab is going to cross 71 years and why my blood is becoming the victim of drugs...," according to a poem written by Pal.
Pal, an ardent sports lover, also uses his free time to hold village-level seminars, awareness rallies and other activities to mobilise people against drugs.
On the directions of the commissioner of police (CP), he has especially written a song against drug menace and sings it on functions to create awareness.
Meanwhile, lauding the remarkable efforts made by such individuals/government servants, Sharma said that it was the moral duty of everyone to contribute generously in this drive to save the youth of the state.
He said in a release here that literature, songs, plays and other such initiatives always leave an indelible imprint on the minds of people and it was good that these policemen have come forward to support this noble campaign of the state government.
The DC also said that such strenuous efforts could only lead to making Punjab a drug-free, healthy and prosperous state.
He said the mass mobilisation campaign like the Drug Abuse Prevention Officer (DAPO) could not fructify until and unless all the residents, including government officers/ officials, do not play their role well.
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