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Excise department Kickstarts distribution of 50,000 Masks under Civic Action plan
3/31/2020 11:53:13 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 31: In order to fight against the COVID 19 Pandemic, Excise Department procured 50,000 masks under the Civic Action Plan and started the distribution of the same amongst the Slum dwellers, Orphanages and the poor section from the far flung area.
As per the details available with Early Times, the concerned ETO's have been directed to distribute the same in the areas of Rajouri, Poonch, Doda, Bhaderwah, Kishtwar, Jammu etc. with the help of NGO's and the volunteers.
As per the Excise Commissioner Sh. Rajesh Kumar Shavan, KAS, the department has also despatched a consignment of 20,000 masks to the Kashmir valley and has asked the concerned officers/officials of Excise department to distribute among the needy people. The Global Peace Organization, a NGO in the state under the chairmanship of Advocate Sheikh Altaf Hussain and Gohar Hafeez Fani has taken personal initiative to deploy the volunteers to help the department in the distribution with active association of the local administration.
Today the areas where the masks were distributed were Old age home Amphalla, Bal Niketan Amphalla, Braille School Janipur, Migrants at Super speciality hospital, Janipur, Muthi morh Janipur, Kot Bhalwal,Ranjan, Seri, Amb, Gharota, Aghore, Thati, Lower Jandyal, Areas of transport nagar, Narval, Bahu Fort and SOS school Channi in Jammu
The masks were also handed over to Bishnah team for the distribution of the same through SHO bishnah and SDPO RS pura.The masks were also distributed to some security personnels on duty.
In Rajouri and Poonch masks were distributed among front line organization fighting CoVid-19 like Police, PHE, PDD, Hospital and sanitation staff and pedestrian walking without masks. In this regard volunteer of Global Peace Organization including District president Iftkhar Bazami and Imtiaz Salaria Councillor of concerned ward and president of youth association for service of humanity and nation (NGO) took part. Excise Commissioner stressed that the same exercise shall be followed by the excise officials and NGO's with the help of local administration in both the divisions of JK UT and the department will procure additional consignment of masks and senitizers to help the govt in its fight against covid-19. He further said that the dept will launch civic action for arranging essentials to the orphans, destitutes and the labour in distress. It is learnt that the department has planned to target a population of minimum One Lac population for this kind of help in the current crisis.
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