Nakodar, April 4
A tweet from the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) on Saturday helped a student of CT Institute, who had been suffering from mental health issues for the past couple of days, meet his aunt here.
Harsimran Singh on Saturday tweeted that he is living alone in a village near Nakodar and due to the current situation, he has been facing mental health issues. He said there was no one with him as his entire family is settled in Dubai.
Harsimran sought help from the Punjab Government and the district administration as he wanted to go to his aunt’s place in Nakodar.
Reacting to his tweet, the CMO asked the district administration to look into the matter immediately. Swinging into action, DC Varinder Kumar Sharma and SSP Navjot Singh Mahal, rushed to the spot. The DC and SSP were accompanied by a team of doctors, which examined him.
The DC and SSP said the administration was with every resident in this time of crisis. They asked Nakodar SDM Amit Kumar and ASP Vatsalha Gupta to make necessary arrangements for ensuring that the youth meets his aunt. — OC
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