Punjab

DC, SSP lead flag march in Nakodar

Dilbag Singh | April 04, 2020 03:33 PM

 

NAKODAR

Jalandhar Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma and Senior Superintendent of Police (rural) Navjot Singh Mahal on Saturday led a flag march and took the stock of the ground-level situation in the city during the ongoing curfew.

During the march, the Deputy Commissioner and the SSP gave necessary directions to officials for ensuring proper implementation of curfew to check the spread of coronavirus. They said the curfew had been imposed for ensuring the safety of people.

Sharma told the media that to ensure proper implementation of curfew, people should remain in their homes, adding that strict action would be taken against anyone who was found violating the norms. He said that the compliance rate of the curfew in Nakodar is very good. He said that COVID -19 do not move it is brought by us by moving outside.  

He said that today’s situation is just like war and children and old age people are most prone to catch infection adding that administration had made all arrangements for providing necessary  faculties to residents . He thanked police force and all people for their duty and cooperation in fight against coronavirus.         

SSP Navjot Singh Mahal said that coronavirus walks with man and residents should remain in their houses adding that the police are using drone services to enforce the curfew.

He said that in village people have introduced Theekari Peharas and asked those to act with restraint and do not use force.He warned village residents not to play cards at public places and said that drones are also being used in rural arrears.

Nakodar sdm Amit Kumar Sharma, assistant superintendent of police Ms. Vatsala Gupta and Congress leader Jagbir Singh Brar accompanied DC and SSP during flag march

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