Anti-Drug Run

We at the YIMF successfully organized an Anti-Drug “Youth Against Drug run” on the 28th October 2018 in Patiala. The theme of the marathon was raising awareness about drugs and it’s harmful effects and how the problem can be eradicated once we stand together to fight the obstacle that is ruining the future of the youth of our country. 

Youth Against Drugs, an anti-drug marathon took place on 28th October 2018 at The Maharani Club in Patiala. The theme of the marathon was raising awareness about drugs and it’s harmful effects and how the problem can be eradicated once we stand together to fight the obstacle that is ruining the future of the youth of our country.

The son of Health Minister of Punjab, Mr. Mohit Mohindra and DC Patiala Mr Kumar Amit graced the event as the chief guests and the event was also attended by other esteemed guests of honour including respected BJP general secretary Punjab, Mr. Praveen Bansal and Mr. Harinder Kohli.

The run featured 3 different categories based on their distances i.e. 2.5 kms, 5 kms & 10 kms. The flag off for 10 km was done by Mr. Mohit Mohindra and Mr. Kumar Amit. The flag off for 5km category was done by Mr. Praveen Bansal and Mr. Harinder Kohli. The flag off for 2.5 Km was done by Mr. Sandeep Singla and Mr. Eshaan Bansal. Apart from just memories, the participants took home their winning trophies, cash prizes, certificates, medals, and free T-Shirts, , goodies bags and the top 10 participants were awarded with trophies from each category.

From emergency health kits and ambulance to refreshments and instant assistance, the YIMF team was fully equipped to cater to its participants. The organising committee consisted of the chairman, Mr. Eshaan Bansal, the secretary, Ms.Priyam Jinger and the core management comprising of Ms. Sanika Malik, Ms. Ayushi Jain and Mr. Akriay Kapoor.

The Youth Against Drugs marathon was a fun opportunity for people to come together with their friends and family and participate in the marathon where they showed their solidarity against drug abuse. With participants between 1000-1200.

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