Ration given to 600 Phillaur residents

Ration given to 600 Phillaur residents

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Our Correspondent

Phillaur, April 5

Intensifying the drive to deliver essential items to everyone on their doorstep, administration and Congress workers led by Assembly in-charge Vikramjit Singh Chaudhary distributed ration to around 600 poor people in slum areas in and around the city on Sunday.

The bags containing atta (10 kg), dal and sugar ( 2 kg each) were delivered to every family at their homes amid curfew restrictions. To slow and stop the spread of Covid-19 pandemic, the state has been under curfew for more than 10 days. Vikram Chaudhary said it was also important that the people had enough food and other essential commodities to survive. “The Captain Amarinder Singh-led Congress government is leaving no stone unturned to provide food and necessary items,” he added.

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