Now, PM Modi wants citizens to share views on drug menace

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday invited views on the issue of 'mitigating the menace of drugs.'

hidden November 04, 2014 12:12:51 IST
Now, PM Modi wants citizens to share views on drug menace

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday invited views on the issue of "mitigating the menace of drugs", an issue he said he would discuss in his next radio address.

"During Mann Ki Baat  programme, I talked about many friends writing to me on the menace of drugs. I said I will take it up in next programme," the prime minister said in a tweet.

"I invite you to share your views on the issue of mitigating the menace of drugs. If you have worked in this area, please share your experiences," he added.

Now PM Modi wants citizens to share views on drug menace

PM Narendra Modi. PTI.

Modi, in his Mann Ki Baat radio address on 2 November said that he will discuss the problems related to drugs in the next radio programme. He also asked NGOs working on the issue to share their experiences, and said: "It will be wonderful to know about the work being done."

Sharing the link to the MyGov open forum - Modi said people can share their comments, ideas, views and past work in the area. For those willing to send him personal messages, the prime minister wrote: "If you have a personal experience and don't want to share it in public, please write to me directly, use #mannkibaat at http://pmindia.gov.in/en/interact-with-honble-pm/."

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