Disinfecting Drive In Heirok Kendra Kicks Off

Disinfecting Drive In Heirok Kendra Kicks Off

TMB Correspondent

Thoubal: As a precautionary measure to combat Covid-19 and other infections, the relief committee against Covid-19 Heirok Kendra kicked off a disinfecting mission by spraying with bleaching powder within all the areas falls under Heirok Assembly Constituency on Tuesday.

The programme which was performed under the sole guidance of Education, Labour and Employment Minister Dr. Thokchom Radheshyam who is also the MLA of Heirok A/C started from the campus of the SPO barrack located at Heirok Part – III Kabo Leikai.

BJP Heirok Mandal President, Thokchom Chourjit flagged off the drive there.

While briefing the media about the mission at the launching  site, Upa-Adkashya and Heirok Zilla Parishad member T. Nungshi Singh stated that the mission will cover all the area that falls within the jurisdiction of Heirok AC.

He said, the relief committee which was set up under the chairmanship of Education Minister Dr. Thokchom Radheshyam had resolved to launch such a mission. The committee will also distribute essential commodities to every household during the lockdown and curfew period, he added.

T. Nungshi Singh also informed that the committee had arranged an authorized mobile ambulance vehicle 24×7 so that any kind of emergency patient could be taken to hospital.

For this, one may contact at mobile number 9615940389, he added.

He further appealed the public to follow the lockdown regulations fully as implemented by the government, we should fight the Covid-19 together, he added.

Pradhan Heirok Part – III GP N. Tangba, Chairperson Heirok Nagar Panchyat L. Nungsisana Devi, General Secretary BJP Heirok Mandal N. Brojen, Convenor Kendra Education Committee Heirok L. Rajmani, social workers Th. Sanathoi and Th. Bishorjit, some personnel from SPO Heirok attended the flagging off event.

Proper social distancing norms had also been maintained at the event.

Supporting the mission of the relief committee, social worker L. Biren, a resident of Heirok Part – II) Devi Mandop Leikai had also donated around 100 masks to the committee during the launching of the event.

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