Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Singh Rawat accepts Sanjay Dutt’s offer to be brand ambassador for Anti-Drug campaign

Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt been appointed as the brand ambassador of Uttarakhand’s anti-drug campaign. Dutt, who has admitted to having taken drugs in the past, told Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat that he suffered a lot in his life because of his addiction.

Rawat said Dutt had, during a telephonic conversation, given his nod to become the brand ambassador of the campaign, saying he had suffered because of the addiction and would lend a hand to campaign against it.

During the regional conference between Rawat and his counterparts to work out a strategy, the states planned to launch a large scale awareness campaign about the ill-effects of drugs and how to keep children away from them.

Recently, Rawat was in Mumbai where he met a number of Bollywood directors, including Mukesh Bhatt and Vishal Bharadwaj. Though he could not meet the ‘Vaastav’ star “as he was shooting for a movie somewhere,” the CM had a telephonic conversation with him.