Global Leaders Unite for Drug-Free World & Disability Equality at D-30 Summit

Global Leaders Unite for Drug-Free World & Disability Equality at D-30 Summit

"The Kashiyana Foundation's D-30 programme brought together representatives from 30 countries at the Lalit Hotel in New Delhi with the goal of promoting equality for individuals with disabilities and a world free of drugs.

The representatives of thirty countries stressed the need to create a humane world in the unanimously approved proposal, emphasising that everyone should be free from addiction and that those with disabilities should have equal rights. They fought for an inclusive society that guaranteed equal possibilities for people who were limbless or incapable of working because of a disability. This vision, which emphasises the construction of a world free from addiction and social inequality, is in line with the teachings of many religions, including Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism.


The National General Secretary of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Dushyant Gautam, emphasised that inequity of any kind has never been accepted in Indian society. He underlined that old writings such as the Vedas, Upanishads, and Puranas offer precise instructions for leading a life free from addiction. He emphasised the need for everyone to be treated equally and recognised the relevance of establishing a society free from social injustice and addiction.

Nepali parliamentarian Dr. Rekha Yadav commended India for taking the lead in the fight against addiction. She highlighted the close cultural and religious ties that exist between Nepal and India and stated their shared dedication to this goal.


Dr. Deepa Malik, the first international para-athlete and recipient of the Padma Shri award, expressed worry about the growing use of pharmaceuticals in sports and how it is impacting athletes' performance. She underlined that in order to improve athletes' performance, addiction must be treated. She was grateful for the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's help in empowering individuals with disabilities.

Northeastern social activist Bedabrata Pathak emphasised the need for social cohesion in order to effectively combat addiction and disability. Addiction and disability are closely related, as noted by Uttam Ojha, a former counsellor to the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities. In order to lessen the impairments brought on by drug usage, he promoted the implementation of efficient preventative measures.


The director of RR Global, Sumit Kabra, called on families and society as a whole to work together to shield the next generation from addiction. The director of Rusan Pharma, Navin Srivastava, gave a presentation about his research on the state of addiction in the world today. He put forth the idea of a society devoid of drugs.

The director of GNOIT Group expressed the desire to see a drug-free world and stressed the value of young people's contributions to social stability and national progress.


The program was chaired by Sumeet Singh, President of the Kashiyana Foundation, and a vote of thanks was extended by Ashish Gupta founder of Bhagvan Das Foundation and Coordinator D30. Members of the organization's team, including Devika, Ashish, Dhananjay, Durgesh, Harsh Sudhanshu, Akash Devraj, Hrithik, and Brijesh, were present at the event."
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