Nagpur: Lohit Matani and Vinita S, 2 zonal DCPs have started a very vigorous Anti-Omicron campaign among the public. Because the new coronavirus version is giving a very tough competition to the city.
Vinita S reworked the police’s traditional route march, a strategic display of the khaki department’s strength as a deterrent in sensitive situations, to create an awareness campaign against the Omicron virus. Along with the police of Sitabuldi, Vinita led a route march in Sitabuldi main market and surrounding streets on Wednesday. About 30 violators have been fined for not wearing masks.
Vinita S has said that it was also a joint campaign of resistance, awareness, and enforcement. As they did random checks and random awareness, they found shopkeepers and others, including some shopkeepers, children, and senior citizens, violating various COVID-appropriate practices in the market.
She has also said that the superspreaders were warned against action but had already been advised during the route march patrolling.
‘Janata Darbar’ in Ambedkar Nagar of Wadi
Vinita has also said that she also wants to do surprise inspections at old VCA Square, Gadigodam, and other places where the number of people is also high. Importance of following COVID-appropriate practices during the Route March to some citizens advised by vinita. And also urged them to avoid the foolishness of keeping the mask in the pocket or below. Several parents have also been pulled over as the children together were found not wearing masks at all.
In another instance, DCP Lohit of the zonal also took an awareness camp along with the truck drivers and transporters at Vadhamana on Wednesday, Also known as potential superspreader, Because he moves between the hotspots of different cities of different states.
Lohit has also organized ‘Mohalla’ or neighborhood meeting and ‘Janata Darbar’ in Ambedkar Nagar of Wadi. Apart from interacting with the people about their grievances, Lohit also underlined the need to follow COVID-appropriate behaviour.