Chandigarh, June 25, 2020: :Punjab Social Justice, Empowerment and Minorities Minister Sadhu Singh Dharmsot have termed people’s cooperation as vital for the win in the battle against COVID adding that only with this cooperation this impossible task could be made possible.
Expressing this here today, S. Dharmsot underlined that fight against this virus has not ended yet and we need to be vigilant and cautious. “We should all strictly adhere to all health precautions and advisories issued by the state government to beat this invisible enemy, he added.
S.Dharmsot further stated that the reason for the low spread of the virus in Punjab is the stringent following of health protocols by people of the state, for which they deserve all applause. Besides providing relief and succor to needy during a lockdown, the state government has also ramped up all health facilities needed to fight this war, the Minister added. Our COVID strategy is being replicated by other states which attest to seal of appreciation and acknowledgment on efficient handling of this unprecedented crisis.
Lauding all social and non-governmental organizations for coming forward in helping the poor, S. Dharmsot said their invaluable contribution to providing succor to less privileged especially during this hour of the crisis was commendable. They complimented state efforts to ensure unrestricted flow of essential commodities to the needy during the lockdown, which has helped immensely he added.
S.Dharmsot appealed to people to observe all health protocols including washing hands regularly with soap or sanitizer especially after touching anything. Wearing a mask while going out each time besides maintaining social distancing is key in this fight against COVID, he said adding that by doing this we can not only save ourselves and our families but can also ensure the virus does not spread in the community at large.
By Anupreet Kaur: