Mission Fateh: 2nd phase of  ground activities from today

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, June 26

Under the public awareness campaign, ‘Mission Fateh’, launched by the state government to rid the state of Covid-19, the second phase of ground activities would be organised in the district from June 27-July 5.

Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma said on June 27, the Local Government Department, through its officials and employees and with the support of councillors, would educate masses by visiting houses of residents in various parts of the district. On June 28, officials of the Department of Rural Development and Panchayats would educate the masses through sarpanchs and panches.

On June 29, officials of the Technical Education Department; on June 30, officials of the Higher Education Department; on July 1, the School Education Department; on July 2, the Social Security, Women and Child Development Department; on July 3, the Health and Family Welfare Department; on July 4, the Sports and Youth Services Department and on July 5, officials of the Cooperation Department would conduct their door-to-door visits and educate the masses about Covid.

He said each department would repeat these activities after every 15 days. The first phase of the drive was held from June 15-21, which was well received by residents of the district.

The ‘Corona Warriors’ have been honoured with Mission Fateh badges by the administration and they had been uploading their photographs, wearing masks on the COVA app. These warriors’ include administrative and police officials, doctors, medical staff, Asha workers, Anganwadi workers, sanitation workers, NGOs and sarpanches.

Besides, the state government would select the person/organisation uploading their photograph on the Cova app at the state level, the list of which would be sent to the district administration so that they would be encouraged through badges and t-shirts. People interested in participating in the contest should download the COVA app on their mobile phones and the registration for the same had already started.

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