Sangrur DC meets Army officers, discusses the present situation

Sangrur DC meets Army officers, discusses the present situation

Parvesh Sharma
Tribune News Service
Sangrur, April 4

Sangrur Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori met all senior Army officers of Sangrur.

During the meeting, DC Thori discussed the present situation and preparedness to tackle COVID-19.

“We have been making all the required arrangements. I have met with all Army officers to share the details of our preparations with them. Army officers also shared their details with me” said DC Thori.

He also informed that district administration has been making required arrangements to ensure the supply of essential commodities to all residents of the district.

“2500 helplines have been working in the district. I have regularly been taking feedback from all senior officers.” Said Thori.

About health services, DC said that he had directed the Sangrur civil surgeon to ensure the timely medical health aid to all if anyone faces any problems.

“We have been creating isolation wards in various temples, Gurdwaras and Schools. Apart from Isolation wards, we have also created some jails in various schools to lodge locals, found violation curfew. I request all to stay indoors to defeat COVID-19” said DC Thori.

Sangrur SSP Dr Sandeep Garg informed that apart from roping in a drone to keep a watch over the city. Their special patrolling teams have been present in all parts of the district.

“Since all commodities are reaching at the door of residents, they do not have any resident to come out. We are registering FIRs against all locals, who are violating curfew” said SSP Garg.

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