Tribune News Service
Amritsar, April 3
Touched by the humanitarian efforts of the Amritsar Police in this hour of Covid-19 crisis, students of Mount Litera Zee School, Amritsar, have come forward to salute their spirit by baking goodies in their honour under the ‘Bake for the Brave’ campaign. Young students are taking turns to bake cakes and cookies and sharing the same with local cops to acknowledge their exemplary courage during the Covid-19 outbreak. This act of acknowledgement has been received with warmth by the police personnel.
“We wanted to say thank you to the police officers, who are compromising their own safety to cater to the needs of the people and the suffering humanity. We had baked whole-wheat cookies and shared it with police personnel deployed in our area,” said Syna and Nysa Khanna, siblings, who are students of Mount Litera Zee School.
Another student Mannat Samra baked a cake and some of these baked items were sent to IG, Border Range, Surinder Pal Singh Parmar, Commisioner of Police, Amritsar, Dr Sukhchain Singh Gill, Surendra Lamba (IPS), and SDM Vikas Heera.
“The campaign was started with the aim of thanking the Punjab Police for their work. The police and the medical fraternity are working tirelessly to meet the needs of the suffering humanity. We salute them, stand with them and assure them of our full support in this hour of crisis,” said Manjot Dhillon, director of the school.
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