Delhi: Amid week-long lockdown, 10 police officers appointed in Rohini district to give food to migrants

Delhi: Amid week-long lockdown, 10 police officers appointed in Rohini district to give food to migrants

The Indian Express

Amid a week-long lockdown to contain surging Covid-19 cases, the Rohini district police has appointed 10 police officers in their district to provide food to migrants after receiving an emergency call. This is the first district in Delhi that has launched a helpline for migrants. The 10 police stations, designated to execute the plan, under the Rohini district jurisdiction are South Rohini, North Rohini, Prashant Vihar, K N Katju Marg, Begumpur, Aman Vihar, Prem Nagar, Vijay Vihar, Budh Vihar, and Kanjhawala.

An order, issued on April 20, by Additional DCP (Rohini) Jitendra Kumar Meena stated, 'In view of the outbreak of the covid-19 in Delhi, the 10 police officers from their respective police stations will perform the duty as a Nodal Officers in connection with PCR calls of Corona and hunger/migrant.

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