Sanitizer n Masks to 185000 and 146000 Gets Free Food n Ration in Chhattisgarh

Free food and ration to more than one lakh 46 thousand needy in the state today: one lakh 85 thousand masks and sanitizers distributed

    Raipur, 6 April 2020 On the direction of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, the process of providing free food and relief to the poor, laborers and destitute people in all the districts of the state is going on uninterruptedly. Relief camps have been set up across the state to help the needy due to the lockdown due to Corona infection. Through these camps, one lakh 46 thousand 112 needy, laborers and destitute were provided free food and ration on Monday 6 April. Masks, sanitizers and daily necessities are also being provided to the needy with the help of district administration, red crosses and voluntary organizations for prevention of corona infection. According to the report received from the districts, on April 6, one lakh 84 thousand 633 masks and sanitizers, soap etc. have been distributed to the needy with the help of voluntary organizations.

    On April 6 in the state, along with providing free food and ration to one lakh 46 thousand 112 people in 28 districts, necessary help and masks etc. have been distributed to one lakh 84 thousand 633 people. Today, one lakh 8 thousand 362 people have been provided free food and ration in the Durg district with the cooperation of government and social organizations, besides distributing masks and other materials to keep them safe from corona contagious disease. Similarly, 10,657 in Sukma district, 15,217 in Rajnandgaon, Raigad 1669, 27,336 in Bastar, 33,378 in Kanker, 13 in Bijapur, 1090 in Jashpur, 21,372 in Korea, 3356 in Surajpur, 2652 in Balod, 974 in Kabirdham, 7389 in Balodabazar. 2130 in Dhamtari, 831 in Mahasamund, 5485 in Balrampur, 7646 in Korba, 2261 in Sarguja, 1636 in Janjgir-Champa, 6090 in Bilaspur, 16,677 in Raipur, 2082 in Kondagaon, 24,287 in Dantewada, 75 in Bemetara, 14,318 in Gariaband. 859 in Narayanpur, M Free food to 1,231 needy 11,672 in Ngeli and Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi, rations and other aid went provided.