DC, SSP lead flag march in Nakodar

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Nakodar, April 4

Jalandhar Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma and Senior Superintendent of Police (rural) Navjot Singh Mahal today led a flag march and took the stock of the situation in the town 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 curfew had been imposed for ensuring safety of people.

Sharma said to ensure proper implementation of curfew, people should stay in their homes, adding that strict action would be taken against those who would be found violating the norms. He said compliance rate of curfew in Nakodar was good.

He said today’s situation was just like war and children and elderly were most prone to get the infection, adding that the administration had made all arrangements for providing necessary facilities to residents. He thanked the police and people for their duty and cooperation in the fight against the virus.

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