MUHAMMAD SHAFIQUE PRESIDENT SMCT
Drug abuse continues to be a serious social problem in Pakistan. The lives of hundreds of thousands of people are blighted by their dependence on drugs. Among young Pakistanis managed 18-24 years, drugs are the fourth most common involve. We must set realistic objectives, giving our foremost attention domestically to those drugs that pose the greatest threat to health, and to our ability to reduce crime. Since heroin, barbiturates and other sedative/hypnotic drugs account for 70 percent of the deaths from drug abuse. My goals are to discourage all drug abuse in Pakistan–and also discourage the excessive use of alcohol and tobacco-and to reduce to a minimum the harm drug abuse causes when it does occur. I have directed my staff to coordinate about treatment and rehabilitation, prevention, and regulatory activities. My staff will examine the functions of the various problems involved in this field and will recommend to me whatever organizational changes are appropriate.
Dr. MUHAMMAD KASHIF
M.B.B.S, M.C.P.S, F.C.P.S, Psychiatry
Prof. NADEEM GHALIB
Consultant Clinical Psychologist
MISS HURERA ANDLEEB
M. Faheem Arif