KOKRAJHAR,MAR 31: Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has directed all DC and SPs of the state to take stern measures for searching and extending medical check up those persons who participated in the Nizamuddin religious event in Delhi recently. He has appealed all sections of citizens to maintain social distancing during the lockdown periods across the country..
Sonowal arrived in Kokrajhar on Tuesday in a chartered helicopter landed at SAI centre Kokrajhar. He visited at RNB civil hospital in Kokrajhar to make review on health department preparedness on COVID-19.
He held meeting with district administration, senior health officers, several officials from line departments and reviewed for the prevention measures on Coronavirus at Circuit House.
After the meeting while addressing the press conference at Circuit House told that citizens must maintain social distance and follow medical directions during the Lockdown periods which was declared by the government.
He said that citizens of the state must be made prevention from the spread of COVID-19.
He has asked all DC,SPs of the state to take strict initiatives to identify the participants of Nizamuddin religious programme and offered medical check up for them.He said that state government and health department is working hard to make strict prevention against the spread of COVID-19 in the state and necessary initiatives are so far made.
Sonowal said that he has been visiting in districts to take stock about preparedness of health department for fighting the COVID-19 across the state.
He has urged all sections of citizens to maintain social distancing and follow the instructions and directions reached from government and health department during the lockdown periods across the country.He has highlighted that there is no reports of positive case of Coronavirus till date in the state and that is why the citizens must maintain social distance and stay at home to safe human lives from infection of COVID-19.
He visited Dhubri, Kokrajhar and Darrang to make review on preparedness to fight against the COVID-19 outbreak.
Noted businessman Arup Kumar Dey extended Rs. two lakh cheque the CM relief fund to combat COVID-19.
All BTAD fair price shop association also extended Rs.51,000 and social activist Nerswn Brahma gave Rs.5000 to the CM relief fund.
Meanwhile,Assam Social Welfare minister and in-charge of Kokrajhar district for COVID-19, Pramila Rani Brahma demanded strict quarantine facilities in the district.
She was unhappy and resented for not availing proper masks, sanitizing materials till date in Kokrajhar to fight against the spread COVID-19.
She has urged all sections of citizens to be alert and take necessary self maintaining to make free from COVID outbreak.She has also expressed concern over the Nizamuddin outbreak.
On the other hand, a review meeting on COVID-19 was conducted at conference hall, DC office in Kokrajhar today with all the line departments engaged for COVID-19. The meeting was chaired by Social Welfare & Soil Conservation minister Pramila Rani Brahma which discussed on preventive measures for stopping of COVID-19 outbreak in the district with making development good mechanism for providing relief to the needy people,monitoring the food and civil supplies for sufficient stock of essential commodities in the district.