Say No to Drugs and Embrace Your Life: Mohit Kamboj

Mohit Kamboj says no to drugs

India, February 1: As a responsible Indian citizen, I, Mohit Kamboj Bharatiya, think today half of the Indian youth is high on life. However, there is no reason to celebrate this fact because it does not mean they are enjoying their life to the fullest and making choices that they do not regret, but it means they are only enjoying their life by substance abuse. Adolescents think that it’s cool to be intoxicated in any way, so they make these choices and make their life miserable. In a country like India, where drugs are not legal, shockingly, it is simply available, and people tend to consume them and integrate them into their lives. Despite the obvious implications, they use it and overlook the reality that they are dealing with in their lives and jeopardize their future in the end.

I, Mohit Kamboj Bharatiya, want to appeal to the Indian youth to ‘Say No to Drugs and Yes to Life’. Out of 66% of people engaged in such practices of selling or intaking such substances, more than half of them are the youth of our country, or we can say the potential human resource our country is expecting to be the future of the nation. It is a vicious cycle that affects not just one individual but the entire society, putting the nation’s future at stake.

Drugs are the most dangerous type of abuse for the human body. They annihilate people from the inside out. When taken in high quantities or over an extended period, it begins to harm the organs and finally reaches the brain and can even be fatal. Drugs are sometimes used because they appear to be a temporary solution to a problem or bring solace by relaxing the senses, but this also demonstrates how harmful they can be to one’s health. Playing with the nervous system can never be helpful in the long run.

Our country’s youth drug usage has created an alarming situation. People who use such narcotics jeopardize not only their future but also the future of our country. Cannabis, heroin, alcohol, and opium are among the most often abused drugs in the country. Modernization has twisted the individual against traditional methods of social sensibility by making them vulnerable to the environment in which they grow. The stresses and strains of modern life pull them away from their personality and force them to make decisions that are not beneficial for the long run.

There are Indian laws to prohibit drug use to some extent, but in my opinion, there should be preventive measures to stop the youth of our country from indulging in drugs. And instead, I, Mohit Kamboj Bharatiya, the owner of a private conglomerate firm – KBJ Group, think young people should restrain themselves from making choices that harm their health and future. Drug abuse should be seen as an enemy of society because it’s eating up the youth. More and more people every passing day are getting indulged, therefore getting rid of it should become our priority. Through this medium, I would request the Indian youth to be brighter and put down the lighter.

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