100 Auto Drivers Will Be Taking Part In The Health Ministry's Anti-Tobacco Campaign In The City
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Listen up people - there’s something really good happening in Delhi and we should all applaud this initiative! The Health Ministry has launched an anti-tobacco campaign and here’s how auto rickshaw drivers are playing a major role in it.
Here’s What’s Happening | On the occasion of World No Tobacco Day, this anti-tobacco campaign launched in the city will see the participation of 100 auto drivers, who will proactively engage with passengers and spread awareness about the danger of tobacco consumption. Awesome!
As part of the rally, more than 100 auto drivers will put up anti-tobacco messages on the hood of their autos, so don’t be surprised if you see a ‘Tobacco Kills’ kinda warning stuck on the auto you’re travelling in.
We think it’s a great move by the Health Ministry to sensitize people to the ills of tobacco consumption. A big thumbs up!
Sourced Via India Today