Cyberpark organized an anti-drugs awareness program on the theme, ‘Say no to drugs’. Cyberpark officials and employees from the various companies at the park participated in the program conducted in association with the Excise Department and the Vimukthi Mission. Vimukthi Manager and Assistant Excise Commissioner AJ Benjemin, Preventive Excise Office Santhosh Cheruvott, Civil Excise Office N Jalaludheen, and Vimukthi District Coordinator Priya E offered their leadership to the program.
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