Desh Bhagat University arranged a religious congregation to make the state of Punjab free from Drugs, Social Evils and Illiteracy. A large number of people of surrounding areas and from different villages along with Panches and Sarpanches participated in it. The Saints prayed for World Peace and Human Brotherhood in the country and the world as well. On this occasion, Sant Baba Avtar Singh Ji (Dhoolkot) and Sant Baba Karam Singh Ji (Ballowal) graced the event by delivering valuable thoughts about moral character, values and Indian traditions. They encouraged all present, especially the youth, to keep away from all kinds of drugs. Giving references from the holy Sri Guru Granth Sahib and Sanatan Dharam Shastra, they advocated for an honourable place for the women folk. Calling upon the youth to contribute towards the progress of the country and making the country free from drugs, they said that the youth are the future of the country and they should be fully aware of their responsibility. Sant Baba Fauja Singh Ji, Sant Baba Himmat Singh Ji and Sant Ravinder Muni Ji also motivated the people to rise against all types of social evils. While welcoming the Saints and all other devotees, university Pro-Chancellor Ms. Tajinder Kaur expressed that the Desh Bhagat University endevours to bring social equality through education and it is moving ahead in this direction with sincerity. University Chancellor Dr. Zora Singh said that the objective of this programme is to make the youths aware about the evils like drug addiction, social evils and other bad things prevaling in the society. He urged students and staff to work wholeheartedly for developing such a mind-set in the society that no woman feels unsafe and none is exploited or blackmailed. The Kirtani Jatha presented soul-warming recital of Baani. The staff of the university served langer to the devotees who had come to participate in this religious program. The Panches and Sarpanches of different villages were especially honoured. University Vice-Chancellor Dr. Shalini Gupta and Registrar Dr. Virider Singh were also present on the occasion.