International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, Special
Tackling Drug Abuse menace: International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, special
Drug Abuse is a major problem world over. Drugs can cause havoc in lives and not just the one who is addicted to them, but to families connected with that person, his immediate friends, who may get addicted along with him/her. Once a person needs to get used to this doorway to hell, then the person is stuck with this doorway forever leading to one crime after another, robbery, loot and raid for money, alcoholism and every other thing that is there, and thus the menace keeps
growing. What’s worst is that the targets here are young adolescents unarmed with even the basic understanding of the functioning of the world. It is high time, our future is protected against these unarmed, mind controlling, nerve numbing, beasts. They are the worst nightmare for any parent.
Let us safeguard our kids and give them the right direction by spreading awareness and throwing our the drug paddlers and their break the nexus that may be functioning in different ways. Another major problem, that is looming over is illicit trafficking. Trafficking kids, women, and any other vulnerable tribe is the worst of crimes against humans. They are being denied of a basic right
towards safety, dignity and even threat to life.
Realising the magnitude of Drug abuse and illicit trafficking, Dera Sacha Sauda, under the leadership and guidance of Rev. Guru Ji Saint Dr. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan has initiated a series of welfare works, where awareness camps are conducted to counsel youth about the risks of drug abuse, through various mediums, youths are encouraged to participate actively in the overall development of a healthy society, which keeps them productively occupied and working towards the welfare of society.
Apart from this, Dera Sacha Sauda volunteers under the guidance of Rev. Guru Ji conducts 7 Day de-addiction camp, where habitual drug abusers, are provided all the help to live a normal life sans drugs. This is possible through Meditation and very little medicine if needed, and the victims are required to stay with one family member and they are instructed not to meet any of their friends who are into drugs, so they can stay away from the menace of drugs and come out of it once and forever. With regular meditation, they are able to increase their willpower and successfully stay away from these life-threatening packets. They also vow to never resort to this habit which is detrimental to the entire society.