Coronavirus in India: Gautam Buddh Nagar Police distributes ration, meals to 2,000 poor, needy

Coronavirus in India: Gautam Buddh Nagar Police distributes ration, meals to 2,000 poor, needy

Considering the gravity of the contemporary scenario due to the fact of coronavirus, the Gautam Buddh Nagar Police has braced itself to assist the negative and needy. Today, the police allotted meals and ration amongst 2,000 people.

Alok Singh, the Gautam Buddh Nagar Police Commissioner, stated the in-charge of the police stations have been sending meals and ration to the needy and poor.

Under the Chauki Garhi Chaukhandi station 3, he said, over five hundred households had been served food, and the ration was once dispensed amongst 600 families. Similarly, the ration was once allotted among 50 households close to Udyog Kendra via Ecotech 3 police station.

Apart from this, ration and lunch packets have been allotted in Saurakha village beneath Sector forty nine police station.
Sector 129 police station at Expressway used PCR vehicles to distribute meals packets to the needy. Additional DCP Ranvijay Singh additionally disbursed 350 meals packets at more than a few locations in Noida, Alok Singh informed.

He stated the police has mainly been advised to behave with politeness with people, directions have additionally been given no longer to quit automobiles carrying vital commodities.

He stated the humans are being made conscious of social distancing via loudspeakers in quite a number areas and they are being discouraged to come out of their properties in view of coronavirus, which has affected lots in India.