STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Appreciating the commendable and dedicated job of the Safaikaramcharis of Jammu Municipal Corporation to keep city clean and especially old city despite the pandemic coronavirus, Narotam Sharma, Corporator of Ward No 3, Old City Jammu felicitated all the sanitary workers of his ward who without any break have ensured clean lanes and drains amidst risk of spread of COVID 19. In presence of prominent locals of Pir Mitha, Mast Garh, Peer Kho, Shivaji Chowk, Gali Bawa Lal ji and Dhakki Saraajan Mohalla, the corporator felicitated all the sanitary workers and thanked them for their dedicated services. He said the Safaikaramcharis like doctors, para medic staff and policeman are COVID-19 warriors who so far helped the government to stop the spread of the virus. The corporator also requested the J & K UT government to include the sanitary workers of JMC under medical insurance cover which is extended to doctors and paramedic staff of hospitals. On this occasion, Roman Gill, JMC Supervisor of Ward No 3 along with Lucky Chida also thanked the corporator and people for their cooperation in performing their duties. JMC Supervisor also urged the government to consider all their genuine demands including regularization of daily wage workers in JMC.
‘Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge’ is timeless: Kajol on film’s 25th anniversary
Aamir Khan, Renuka Shahane and others pay tributes to India’s first Oscar winner Bhanu Athaiya
Sarah Shahi to star in ‘Black Adam’
Akshay Kumar starts filming YRF’s Prithviraj’
Shreya Dhanwanthary on ‘Scam 1992’: Hansal Mehta wanted prepared actors, not robots
© 2020 State Times Daily Newspaper