17 April 2014, Thursday, 10:04
author: Arina Rakhimkulova
In the city of Agidel active members of local branch of "Young Guard of United Russia" held an anti-drug campaign on Wednesday, April 16, reports ER.RU.
Having conducted a preliminary monitoring on the streets, they found inscriptions on the walls — ICQ numbers of dealers of smoking blends. Armed with painting brushes, the Young Guard members painted out these inscriptions.
“Firstly, the citizens will have no temptation to ask — whether the trade is actually conducted. Secondly, we replaced illegal content with positive pictures. Instead of numbers we drew the sun, clouds and houses,” the campaign participants marked.