Drug-Free Punjab: Punjab Health Minister Dr. Balbir Singh Leads Charge

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Drug-Free Punjab: Punjab Takes Pioneering Steps with Drugs Control Program

Drug-Free Punjab: Punjab Health Minister Dr. Balbir Singh

Drug-Free Punjab Latest News: In a significant move toward creating a healthier and drug-free Punjab, Health and Family Welfare Minister, Dr. Balbir Singh, announced that Punjab has become the first state in India to implement a comprehensive drug control program. Dr. Balbir Singh delivered this vital message during a participation event, emphasizing the importance of raising awareness to promote a drug-free lifestyle, a critical step towards realizing the dream of "Rangla Punjab."

Addressing the audience, Health Minister Dr. Balbir Singh highlighted the paramount importance of reducing drug consumption in the state. He shared the encouraging news that drug use in Punjab has seen a remarkable decline, now standing at 12.9 percent. This achievement has earned Punjab recognition from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of the Government of India.

This commendable reduction in tobacco use reflects the collective efforts of the government, healthcare professionals, and the general public in combatting this public health challenge. Dr. Balbir Singh's vision and leadership play a pivotal role in steering Punjab towards a drug-free future.

Notably, The Health Minister's announcement underscores the state's dedication to improving the well-being of its residents, making Punjab a shining example for the rest of the nation. The drug control program's implementation is a significant stride toward a healthier and drug-free Punjab, aligned with the vision of "Rangla Punjab," where the well-being of its people takes center stage.

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