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By: Shahzaib Arz Baluch

The streets of Quetta witnessed a powerful demonstration on Sunday as brave children from various schools voiced their opposition to the widespread problem of drug abuse. In the vibrant Killi Qambrani area, these young individuals passionately advocated for a drug-free society, echoing their urgent plea through thought-provoking slogans on placards. They emphasized the need to eliminate drugs from every corner, including Killi Qambrani.

With unwavering determination, these school students highlighted the importance of a united front against the dangers of drug addiction. They firmly believed that by joining forces, society can combat the devastating impact of drugs and secure a brighter future for themselves and upcoming generations. Recognizing the magnitude of the problem, they acknowledged the destructive effects of drug abuse on individuals, families, and communities.

Each child held up a placard with a profound anti-drug message, capturing the heartfelt sentiments of the young protestors and leaving a lasting impression on onlookers. The slogans on the placards emphasized the need to confront this issue head-on and underlined the shared responsibility of both the government and authorities in curbing the open sale of drugs on the city’s streets.

Through their resolute voices, these children implored all concerned individuals to take immediate action to stop the spread of this destructive force. They recognized the urgent need for a comprehensive approach that focuses on prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation to protect future generations from the grip of addiction. Their protest aimed to awaken the conscience of society, urging citizens to unite and create an environment that fosters hope, resilience, and a drug-free future.

The children of Quetta have set a remarkable example for the entire nation, demonstrating the immense power of unity and determination in the face of adversity. Their protest against drug abuse has not only shed light on the seriousness of the issue but has also reignited hope in the hearts of many. It is the responsibility of all of us to respond to their call, support their cause, and work together to eliminate the menace of drugs. Let us stand united in safeguarding our future generations, ensuring that they inherit a society free from the chains of addiction.

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of The Balochistan Post or any of its editors.

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