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Distribution of preventive materials and essential commodities

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 5/4/2020 9:17:56 AM IST

Legislators, Assam Rifles and social organisations have been reaching out to the needy people during the lockdown period. Essential preventive materials continue to be distributed to various frontline workers in the fight against the dreaded virus.

Tovihoto reaches out: Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), Nagaland gave away liquid disinfectant chemical, fogging machines, manual sprayers, face shields, face masks, rubber gloves and lunch packets to the staff of Dimapur Municipal Council.  Advisor of Power, Tovihoto Ayemi,  graced the occasion and on behalf of the BJYM Nagaland handed over the materials to the DMC at DDSC Stadium on Monday. Face shields were also distributed to police personnel, which was received on behalf of police personnel by DCP Aotula T. Imchen.
Speaking on the occasion, Tovihoto called the frontline workers in fight against COVID-19 as the warriors defending mankind from the deadly virus. He said it was not known for how long fight against the virus will go on but the government was working ceaselessly and shall continue to strife forward. He also lauded the efforts of BJYM Nagaland for extending outstanding service during the need of the day. Speaking on behalf of the DMC, Albert Ezung, administrator, DMC said DMC has been giving its best service not only doing its normal sanitation but covering 96 colonies and also sanitising all designated quarantine places. He said DMC staff are vulnerable but shall not compromise when performing its duties and shall continue to give its best. Stating that it was a continued effort of the BJYM, Arvind Damani, co-in-charge, BJYM Northeast said BJYM was committed to serve humanity and shall do everything possible to help in the fight against COVID-19. 
DGU & GSUD: Dimapur Gorkha Union (DGU) in collaboration with Gorkha Students Union Dimapur (GSUD) visited COVID19 Hospital Dimapur on April 30 and distributed traditional sailroti with the frontline health workers.
Jalukie Battalion: Jalukie Battalion of Assam Rifles facilitated residents of Tening village with 200 improvised face masks and essential commodities on May 3. According to PRO HQ IGAR (N), residents were also informed to remain cautious despite the relaxation in lockdown.

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