Punjab

Tweet from CMO proves boon for youth facing mental health issues

Dilbag Singh | April 05, 2020 11:38 AM

 

 

 

 

NAKODAR A tweet from Chief Minister’s Office on Saturday proved a boon for a student of CT Institute who was facing mental health problems from the last couple of days as led by Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar  Varinder Kumar Sharma and Senior Superintendent of Police. Navjot Singh Mahal the administration carried on the rescue operation.

 

 Harsimran Singh, who was a student of city institute, on Saturday, twitted CMO Punjab that he was living alone in a village near Nakodar and due to the ongoing situation he had developed mental health issues. He said that he had no immediate family here as his entire family was settled in Dubai. The youth sought help from the Punjab government and the district administration as he was not able to live alone and wanted to go to his aunt in Nakodar. “I am having a very hard time, please help me”, he urged.

 

Reacting to it the CMO asked the district administration to look into the matter immediately. Swinging into action the Deputy Commissioner and Senior Superintendent of Police, who were leading flag march in Nakodar , rushed to the spot. The Deputy Commissioner and Senior Superintendent of Police were accompanied by team of Doctors who examined the youth. 

 

They assured the youth that the district administration was with every resident of the district in this hour of crisis. They asked the sub-divisional magistrate Amit Kumar Panchal and assistant superintendent of police Ms Vatsala Gupta to make necessary arrangements for ensuring that the youth meets with his aunt in Nakodar.

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