Delivery volunteers in Hoshiarpur get helmets

Delivery volunteers in Hoshiarpur get helmets

Cabinet Minister Sunder Sham Arora interacts with home delivery volunteers in Hoshiarpur. Tribune photo

Our Correspondent

Hoshiarpur, April 5

Nearly 200 home delivery volunteers, who are providing necessary services to people in these difficult times by going door to door, were given helmets on Sunday.

Cabinet minister Sunder Sham Arora gave the helmets in collaboration with the district administration. He said these volunteers and their parents deserve a salute for their services, adding that society would always remember this service being done in the interest of the country.

Arora said: “All these volunteers are rendering their services to people through scooters and motorcycles, so it is necessary that volunteers should also be safe.” Arora said he was very happy that the volunteers include a large number of girls, who were proving that they are not less than anyone.

Arora said the way these volunteers were serving people in the interest of the country, in the same way, other people should remain aware and stay indoors during the curfew.

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