Jammu: Director General of Police Dlibag Singh on Wednesday said that no passenger traffic will be allowed on the highway except in case of extreme emergency and authorized one and also said that no migrant labour movement will be be allowed. “To take stock of Police preparedness and measures to contain the spread of COVID 19, tDilbag Singh visited the Kathua, Lakhanpur and Udhampur. He was accompanied by the IGP Jammu Mukesh Singh during the visit,” the statement said. DGP also reviewed the preparedness and facilities being provided to the quarantined police personnel at PTS Kathua quarantine centre as also arrangements made at Police Academy Udhampur. He also took stock of the movement and entry of essential goods in the Union Territory at Lakhanpur. During his visit, the DGP interacted with the senior officers to review the Police preparedness to contain the spread of Coronavirus. He appreciated the role of every personnel of J&K Police for working day night in assisting the civil administration, health department in combating the Corona Virus and ensuring lockdown to contain its spread. He said that J&K Police is leading from the forefront along with other departments in the fight against the deadly virus and added that it is important to follow the government orders and the health protocols. At Kathua, DGP reviewed emergency response delivery system which has been established by the Police and volunteers as ‘United Kathua’ to help the needy people. He lauded the role of volunteers who are assisting the police department in distributing the essential commodities to the needy people. He said that every day about 4000 people are being provided ready to eat food besides raw ration and medicines is being also provided at the doorsteps of the needy people. He said that police personnel are managing all the help on their own with the cooperation of general people who are voluntarily lending their assistance in this crucial time.
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