Disinfection, no thermal shielding, help desk table and chair disappeared

hear the news

hear the news

After stopping the pace of the second wave of corona infections in the circle, gross negligence is being dealt with again. Together with government agencies, the covid policy is being blown up in markets and shopping malls. This inattention can backfire. Open Kovid-19 help desks in government departments have disappeared.
In most departments, disinfection and thermal shielding have been discontinued, and chairs and tables have also been removed. Banners are hanging in the departments, but no employees are hung up and no one is stopped. On the other hand, there was a lot of negligence in the mall in town on Tuesday. A help desk has not been set up, and no efforts have been made to control the crowd.
On Tuesday at 1:12 p.m., the security guard checked the customers’ goods at the gate of the shopping center in Ajit Nagar, but he had neither put on a mask nor had disinfectant available for others. There was no disinfectant or thermal scanner at the entrance to the mall next to Ambedkar Square at 1:24 p.m. On the other hand, the Kovid Helpdesk was built on the lowest floor in Vikas Bhavan, but at 1.40 p.m. the chair and table were missing.
The bike was found parked at the help desk in Sadar Tehsil at 3:52 p.m. The Kovid help desk built into the Sadar block was missing. The staff said that the BDO removed the chair table. The Kovid Help Desk banner hung in Krishi Bhawan, but the chair table was missing.
The banner was still hanging in the building department, but there was neither an employee nor there to inquire about the commuters. While the government has clearly stated that the Kovid Helpdesk will be active in all departments. Only fifty percent of people are allowed into shopping malls and restaurants, but it is not tracked anywhere.
A letter was written to all officers to activate the Kovid Help Desk. If individuals are negligent, action will be taken after investigating. Currently, it is the civil servants’ moral responsibility to follow the Kovid rules themselves and to force others to do so. Shatrohan Vaish, ADM

In Krishi Bhawan’s office, only the Corona Awareness Aid banner was displayed, not employees.– Photo: PRATAPGARH

Kovid Helpdesk is missing at the gate in Vikas Bhawan.

Kovid Helpdesk is missing at the gate in Vikas Bhawan.– Photo: PRATAPGARH

After stopping the pace of the second wave of corona infections in the circle, gross negligence is being dealt with again. Together with government agencies, the covid policy is being blown up in markets and shopping malls. This inattention can backfire. Open Kovid-19 help desks in government departments have disappeared.

In most departments, disinfection and thermal shielding have been discontinued, and chairs and tables have also been removed. Banners are hanging in the departments, but no employees are hung up and no one is stopped. On the other hand, there was a lot of negligence in the mall in town on Tuesday. A help desk has not been set up, and no efforts have been made to control the crowd.

On Tuesday at 1:12 p.m., the security guard checked the customers’ goods at the gate of the shopping center in Ajit Nagar, but he had neither put on a mask nor had disinfectant available for others. There was no disinfectant or thermal scanner at the entrance to the mall next to Ambedkar Square at 1:24 p.m. On the other hand, the Kovid Helpdesk was built on the bottom floor in Vikas Bhawan, but by 1.40 p.m. the chair and table were missing.

The bike was found parked at the help desk in Sadar Tehsil at 3:52 p.m. The Kovid help desk built into the Sadar block was missing. The staff said that the BDO removed the chair table. The Kovid Help Desk banner hung in Krishi Bhawan, but the chair table was missing.

The banner hung in the public works department, but there was no clerk or anyone to inquire about the commuters. While the government has clearly stated that the Kovid Helpdesk will be active in all departments. Only fifty percent of people are allowed into shopping malls and restaurants, but it is not tracked anywhere.

A letter was written to all officers to activate the Kovid Help Desk. If individuals are negligent, action will be taken after investigating. Currently, it is the civil servants’ moral responsibility to follow the Kovid rules themselves and to force others to do so. Shatrohan Vaish, ADM

In Krishi Bhawan's office, only the Corona Awareness Aid banner was displayed, not employees.

In Krishi Bhawan’s office, only the Corona Awareness Aid banner was displayed, not employees.– Photo: PRATAPGARH

Kovid Helpdesk is missing at the gate in Vikas Bhawan.

Kovid Helpdesk is missing at the gate in Vikas Bhawan.– Photo: PRATAPGARH

    .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply