Indian army takes initiative to fight against COVID-19:
Guwahati, April 20: Indian army fights against COVID-19. In yet another attempt to engage, empower, and mainstream ex-women insurgent cadres of Darrang district in Assam, unit of Indian Army engaged the destitute ex-cadres in making much-needed face masks.
The dual benefit of the project assured decent livelihood for the women even in the testing lockdown period while at the same time strengthening the response to fight against COVID-19 by making cheap face masks locally.
Army’s effort to conceive a novel idea and ensuring its fruition is aligned to the national motto of “Jaan Bhi, Jahaan Bhi” in pandemic hit challenging times and draws lots of accolades from local population.
On the other hand, troops of the Indian Army conducted a ‘COVID-19 Awareness Campaign’ in the remote villages of Upper Subansiri and Upper Siang districts of Arunachal Pradesh.
The campaign aimed to enhance awareness amongst the villagers about the Coronavirus pandemic and various precautionary measures required to be undertaken to contain the spread of the disease.
As part of the campaign, information leaflets and face masks were also distributed amongst the villagers.