Sanitation happening everywhere... Jaipur
Sanitation happening everywhere...
Disinfectant covering the entire area with sodium hypo chloride solution. Police holds meeting with retail shop owners and prepares for home delivery of goods.
On the second day of the 21-day lockdown in Rajasthan, people in the state were seen buying essential goods. At the same time, some also reached out to help the animals and the needy. Where packets of food were distributed among the poor. At the same time, the cows were fed. At the same time, the police held a meeting at the house of the retail shop owners to implement the home delivery properly. There was also strictness to see.
Hawamahal assembly constituency of Jaipur was also sanitized. Here Chief Whip Dr. Mahesh Joshi and Corporation Commissioner VP Singh both came to sanitize the places themselves. Disinfectant covering the entire area with sodium hypo chloride solution.
There is a problem of eating food for the animals that roam the streets of Alwar. In such an initiative, the cattle were fed green fodder at various places in their police station area by Kotwali Police Officer Adhyatma Gautam. The same Khedli Police Officer arranged for the cattle in the rural area. After this, wherever animals appeared on the road, they were fed the bait.
Bharatpur Police stopped vehicles and sent people on foot
Between 9:00 to 12:00 in Bharatpur, scooters and bikes of people who came to collect ration items were kept in the police station. After which everyone was asked to bring luggage on foot. When people returned with luggage, their scooter-bikes were not returned. Due to this, people remained disturbed outside the police station.
There was intermittent drizzle around Chaumun in the morning. Despite this, people reached the market to get food. Here some shopkeepers made a mark outside the shop to keep people away. People were also seen standing in the same round marks and shopping.
All companies of jaipur will deliver the goods they need.
After this initiative of the police, all companies will go door-to-door delivery of food items. It is being told that this facility will be made available for 24 hours. Which did not crowd the markets. Along with this, vegetables will also be delivered through the bags. On Thursday, the impact of the lockdown was less than in other parts of the city in Parkota area of Jaipur.