District Srinagar Administration Is All Set To Implement It’s Plan For Lockdown 4.0
District Srinagar Administration has been all up in arms in the fight against COVID-19 since its commencement in the valley with DC srinagar Shahid Choudhary at its forefront. Now in a step aimed to ease down the lockdown restrictions and to allow partial opening of some selected sectors, the authorities in Srinagar on Friday kick started a two-week-long programme for the training of all service providers including drivers, barbers, vendors and bakers to make them aware about personal safety, production and distribution of essential items.
The District Srinagar administration is also mulling to impart training to more than 10,000 service providers in the next one month while keeping the focus on public health aspects of the coronavirus pandemic.
While interacting with the reporters, Deputy Commissioner, Srinagar, Shahid Iqbal Choudhary said that the being ness of the deadly coronavirus is a reality and population has to deal with it.
DC Srinagar,Shahid Choudhary, who introduced the first module kit designed for more than 500 workers of around 180 odd bakeries in the city, assured that similar training programmes are being held for vegetable vendors, milk suppliers, hairdressers, laundry, public transport, telecommunications, housekeeping and other services.
“Proper Training certificates to participants, PPE kits, protective gear, COVID tests, specially designed service tokens, movement passes, IT apps and online facilitation are some of the components of training modules,” he said.
The deputy commissioner called upon all the stakeholders to adopt to the safety procedures and advisories issued in this regard.
“The bakers will start with home delivery after training certificates and tests, to operate in a professional, safe and hygienic framework. Sale of loose bakery is being discouraged,” he said.
Choudhary also urged the public to adhere to social distancing norms and personal hygiene as a part of the routine to be adopted to survive the pandemic.