Villagers impose janata curfew to protect village from Corona


Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
 On the call of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, a janata curfew is being imposed in rural areas to protect the villages from corona infection. Entry is also being made in the register regarding the people coming in and going out of the village, while sealing the boundary of their village.
Janata curfew was imposed by villagers in village Bandhwatola in Umaria district. Here the villagers, while protecting themselves from corona infection, also give the message to others to stay away from this epidemic. Janata curfew is in force in village Bandhwatola for five consecutive days. The Corona Volunteers, along with the sarpanch and secretary in Bandhwatola, are taking active participation in the village to protect themselves from corona infection.

Social workers came forward to provide facilities in Covid Care Center
Society is also coming forward with the government for the people affected by the Corona infection, which is being appreciated everywhere. Covid Care Center has been started by District Administration Umaria in Senior Boys Hostel in Chandia. Arrangements of 20 beds, free treatment and medicines have been made here. The need for a steam machine and capri was felt in the center. With the efforts of the Tehsildar and the Police Officer-in-Charge, social worker Ashutosh Aggarwal immediately provided 4 steam machines, 4 electric boards and two Capri Covid Care Center to Chandia for the patients. His initiative is being universally appreciated.