Punjab

District and Sessions Judge Distributed 4100 Masks Made by the Jail Inmates

Punjab Tribune Bureau | October 30, 2020 06:47 PM
District and Sessions Judge Rajinder Aggarwal hands over masks to village sarpanches.

 A Total of 14,000 Masks Disbursed So far Under the Project Initiated by Justice Rajan Gupta: Rajinder Aggarwal

Masks Made with the Help of NGOs Will Help Protect the Needy from COVID

Jogipur, Jalalpur, Noorkheri and Chaura Villages and Sabzi Mandi Sanour Road Get Masks

 Patiala: Under the project of stitching masks in jails, initiated by Punjab and Haryana High Court Judge and Chairman Jail Committee, Punjab and Haryana,  Justice Rajan Gupta,   a total of 14,000 masks have been got stitched and distributed to the needy in Patiala district, so far, said District and Sessions Judge Rajinder Aggarwal here today.

 While distributing 4100 masks to the Panchayats of four villages and Sabzi Mandi Sanour Road, he said that the work of preparing masks, done by the inmates during the Corona Virus (COVID-19) epidemic was commendable and the interest shown by the inmates in stitching of masks was the greatest need of the people in this difficult time. He added that the masks would not only help in preventing the disease but also make the people aware about the disease.
 

Rajinder Aggarwal said that the material of these 4100 masks prepared by the inmates, was provided by the Khalsa Aid, an NGO, and these were distributed to the sarpanches of villages Jogipur, Jalalpur, Noorkheri and Chaura besides for Sanour road vegetable market.  He said that these masks are of high quality clothing material and can be reused after washing.  He said that the work of preparing masks in the Jail was going on continuously.
 

Additional District and Sessions Judge Priya Sood, Additional District and Sessions Judge Sanjay Kumar Sachdeva, CJM cum Secretary DLSA Miss Parminder Kaur, Managing Director of Khalsa Aid Amanpreet Singh, Director  Gurpreet Singh, Sarpanch Rajveer Singh, Swaran Singh, Buta Singh Sandhu and Ramzan Khan, Vice Chairman, Marketing Committee Gurmukh Singh,  were also present.
 

 
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