PR LAHORE - A meeting of Civil Society Network against Drug Abuse (SCNDA) urged the government to go all out for bringing an end to drug abuse in the society, especially in educational institutions. The meeting was held under the chair of Member Provincial Narcotics Control Board Akmal Awaisi Prizada. CSNADA president Zafar Iqbal, general secretary Dr Riaz, chief coordinator Sabtain Raza Lodhi and office-bearers from across Pakistan attended the meeting. Participants unanimously passed a resolution for drug-free Pakistan. They also recommended ways to eradicate drug consumption. They demanded the government allocate requisite funds and establish rehabilitation centres for drug addicts in all big cities of the country; construct wards at district headquarters hospitals for treatment of drug addicts; appoint focal persons in educational institutions for the eradication of drug abuse; appoint psychiatrists and psychologists at every state-run hospital; provide free medical services to drug addicts; establish gymnasiums and playgrounds at every private and public educational institution; launch a vigorous campaign regarding harms of drug addiction; include chapters on harms of drug abuse in curriculum and impose a ban on the sale of intoxicating pills at medical stores.