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    A conference on the eradication of narcotics was held in Nizamabad. High Court Judge Sujoy Pal Hitavu urged students to avoid drugs that can ruin their lives. The event was organized by the Nizamabad District Legal Service Organization at the integrated district office complex.

    Justice Sujoy Pal emphasized the importance of students staying focused on their goals and not getting involved in drugs. He mentioned the increase in drug use among students and attributed it to distractions from technology. He encouraged students to pursue their goals with dedication and resilience.

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    Another High Court Judge, P Sreesudha, also expressed concern about the lack of responsibility among youth leading to drug addiction. Sachin Gorpade from the Narcotic Control Bureau gave a presentation on the harmful effects of drugs and the legal consequences of possession. He warned about the risks of drug abuse to individuals and society.

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    District Judge Sunitha Kunchala talked about social programs by the District Legal Service Organization to combat drug abuse. The event aimed to raise awareness about the dangers of drugs and encourage students to stay away from them.

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