BANGKOK, 22 AUG 2013 (NNT) – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration will crack down on drugs in its 50 districts particularly in residential and central business areas, aiming to build a drug-free metropolis within 15 months.
The pledge was made at a seminar by BMA Governor M.R. Sukhumbhand Paribatra. At the seminar, the governor unveiled his ambitious campaign, ‘Bangkok Clear’, to eradicate drugs and improve safety in the capital. The campaign will raise public awareness regarding social threats arising from narcotic spread. It attempts to create a community’s unity in fighting narcotics with an objective of establishing a drug free society.
The BMA Governor said that the BMA gives much importance to solving narcotic issues in the city, underlining its policies to build a safe capital for all.
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