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#WNTD2020 "Engaging Young People to New Emerging Tobacco Threats" discussion was organised by Kashi VidyaPeeth in association with Nada India Foundation #TobaccoExposed

To commemorate "World No Tobacco Day", Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith organised a discussion on "Engaging Young People to New Emerging Tobacco Threats" in association with Nada India Foundation and National Association of Professional Social Workers of India (NAPSWI) on 1st June 2020 at 1:00 p.m. 
The session brought together both the youth as well as the experienced minds from the cities of Delhi and Varanasi to discuss the emerging threats from tobacco especially to the younger population.
While Vice Chancellor Prof. T.N. called upon the individuals to do their parts and not rely entirely upon the Government saying "samaj se sashan hai, sashan se samaj nahi" (society creates the government, government doesn't create the society), Dr. Banshi Dhar Pandey and Student Health Volunteer Navjeet Chakravorty elaborated upon the work done till now to make the university campus Tobacco-free and Healthy . With the intention of providing a safe space to express …
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