Commissioner Peshawar vows to utilize all resources for drug-free campaign.

PESHAWAR -- The third phase of the drug-free Peshawar campaign is scheduled to be launched next month, with the assistance of non-governmental and welfare organizations in which around 1,200 drug addicts found on the streets will be apprehended and shifted to rehabilitation centers.

Commissioner Muhammad Zubair has been assigned the task of making Peshawar free from drug addicts by the caretaker provincial government.

Under the supervision of the commissioner, a meeting was held to discuss the commencement of phase three of the drug-free Peshawar campaign.

Besides Deputy Commissioner Peshawar Shah Fahad, District Officer of Social Welfare Noor Muhammad, Excise and Taxation Officer Muhammad Zahid, as well as representatives from non-governmental organizations such as UNDP...

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