Thursday, 02 April, 2020
Zindagi App launched to aware youth against drugs addiction

Zindagi App launched to aware youth against drugs addiction

Islamabad: Minister of State for States and Frontier Regions Shehryar Afridi informed the National Assembly that the government has launched Zindagi App to create awareness amongst youth to create awareness among youth about drugs addiction and its effects.

Responding to a question, during question hour, he  informed that interactive sessions are also being arranged with the schools and educational institutions regarding Zindagi App.

He said that country’s youth is responsible for ensuring bright future of the country therefore, parents and teachers will have to educate the youth about dangerous effects of drugs in their lives.

Earlier, the Prime Minister Imran Khan, while launching the Zindagi App said that: “we are using technology to spread awareness about the issue but unfortunately, the use of mobile phones is giving rise to the problem of child abuse and use of drugs.”

Also, the Prime Minister has introduced another app entitled Report Corruption. 

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