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Chandigarh: In light of covid-19 pandemic and its mass operation by frontline warriors to help the state of Punjab to help stop further spread of the virus, the Punjab Youth Congress on Saturday launched a statewide campaign to hand over citations to, police officers and Safai Karamcharis engaged in the fight against Covid-19. The district heads of the Youth Congress organized programs to distribute the letters issued by the state party chief Sunil Jakhar. Punjab Youth Congress President Barinder Dhillon said that the Covid Warriors were honored with garlands, textiles, masks, saunters, and PPE kits.
Khalsa donates PPE kits, masks
Chandigarh: Jail Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa said on Saturday that the jail department is grateful for Khalsa’s assistance to provide essential commodities and equipment to the department to enhance the ability to deal with Covid-19. Khalsa Ed has always played an important role in helping the needy during contingencies around the, said ADGP (jail) Praveen Sinha. Its members have proved to be real heroes who work quietly without seeking attention. Humanity will always hold such great souls in high esteem.
58 foreign students sent home
Phagwara: Since the lockdown screws have been tightened, 58 of its foreign students – 35 from Bangladesh and 23 from Afghanistan -were returning home from Indira Gandhi International (IGI), New, Delhi. Kapurthala DC Deepti Uppal said that the embassies of Bangladesh and Afghanistan, the Ministry of External Affairs, and the district administration helped the LPU.
LG donates electronic products
Chandigarh: LG Electronics has donated 52 products to hospitals in four districts. These products include a range of, air conditioners, water purifiers, and TVs, “WE are donating products that enhance health and hygiene in Punjab hospitals,” said Young Lak, LG Electronics (India). We are thankful to the company for help in this challenging, “said Health Minister Balbir Sindh Sidhu.