04 Aug

60,000 Delhi University students say no to drugs, ragging

New Delhi, Aug 4: Over 60,000 students of Delhi University have pledged against drug abuse and ragging during a two-day-long campaign organized by an NGO in partnership with the Delhi Police. The Anti Drugs, Anti Ragging Campaign (ADAR) by Leaders For Tomorrow (LFT), an organization working towards harnessing leadership skills, calls on students to pledge themselves against ragging and drug abuse. During the campaign at DU over eight thousand students have become members of LFT while over four thousand of its volunteers worked across 61 colleges of the university to raise awareness on the issues.

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