Disinfection spray carried out in DMC East’s UC 31

April 03, 2020

The District Municipal Corporation East carried out an antibacterial spray and distributed hand sanitisers among people on Thursday.Chairman DMC East Moeed Anwar, along with municipal commissioner...

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The District Municipal Corporation (DMC) East carried out an antibacterial spray and distributed hand sanitisers among people on Thursday.

Chairman DMC East Moeed Anwar, along with municipal commissioner of the district, Waseem Mustufa Soomro, monitored the antibacterial spray activity carried out with the help a tanker bowser in Union Committee 31, which is mostly inhabited by the Pashtun population.

Anwar also distributed hand sanitisers to residents of the area. He said that in order to get rid of the COVID-19, they were working in every nook and cranny of the city without any discrimination. “I myself came to the UC31 for our Pashtun brothers,” he said and requested them to stay at home as it was the only way to protect themselves from the virus.

“There’s no need to step outside home without any reason,” he said. In those areas where more cases of the virus were being reported, he said, They preferred distributing more hand sanitisers and carrying out more antibacterial sprays.

He held out the assurance that they were doing whatever they could for the distribution of ration in their district. “Today, we have distributed rations among the fumigation staff, who are poor and have been working day and night in such a difficult time,” he said. Soomro said that the DMC East had been making its utmost efforts to keep the district sprayed with the antibacterial spray.

In DMC Central, on the direction of its chairman, Rehan Hashmi, antibacterial sprays were carried out in all the mosques and Imambargahs. The DMC Central has also submitted Rs12.2 million for the Corona Relief Fund account opened by the Sindh government.

He said that the government needed to utilise the fund in a proper manner. The DMC East also earlier carried out disinfection spray in various mosques, including Faizan-e-Madina, markets, banks and streets of UC No 3, 4, 19 and 20 on March 27. Anwar said that with the Sindh government’s assistance, massive activity of spraying in different areas of the city was being carried out by the DMC.



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