Awareness campaign under mission fateh launched by additional deputy commissioner today
Ground activities to be held throughout week in district: ADC Amarjit Singh Bains
Ludhiana: Under the public awareness campaign 'Mission Fateh' launched by the Punjab government to rid the state of Covid, ground activities would be organised in the district from June 15 to 21, 2020. This awareness campaign was launched from District Administrative Complex by flagging off vehicles by ADC (General) Mr Amarjit Singh Bains.
While speaking to media persons on the occasion, Mr Bains said that the objective of Mission Fateh was to make the people aware about the precautionary measures taken by the government and the health department to prevent the spread of Corona virus. He said that this campaign would be carried out in all rural and urban areas of district Ludhiana. He said that a total of 60 vans have been launched to make people aware.
He informed that the ground activities would be held in district Ludhiana from June 15-21, 2020. He said that on June 15, the District Administration would present Mission Fateh badges to Corona Warriors. He said that they would then click a selfie wearing masks and badges and would upload them on COVA app. These corona warriors would include officials from district administration, police, doctors, medical staff, Asha workers, Aanganwari workers, safai workers, GOGs, sarpanches, NGOs etc.
This will be followed on June 16 by the Anganwari workers wearing badges and visiting the homes of the Anganwari children in their respective villages and motivating them to take precautionary measures against the Corona virus. The Sarpanchs of the villages will meet the people of their respective villages by putting up badges to make them aware of the important precautionary measures to be taken for the prevention of Covid on June 17. A special awareness campaign in the district would also be held on June 18. Such awareness activities by district NGOs will be carried out on June 19 in their respective areas by affixing badges. The district police has fixed June 20 as the day to warn the people against Covid by affixing badges, while the city councils would conduct awareness campaign on June 21 through resident welfare committees, etc.
Apart from this the Punjab Government would select the person /organisation uploading their photo on the Cova app at the state level, the list of which would be sent to the district administration so that they would be encouraged through badges and t-shirts. Mr Bains said that the Mission Fateh Warriors would be chosen through Cova app and people willing to participate in this contest would have to download the Cova app on their mobile phone and registration on this app would start from June 17 onwards. He appealed to the residents to follow the government guidelines and make Mission Fateh successful.