Priyanka Saurabh, Dr. Satyavan SaurabhThe corona epidemic has changed the entire world system and forced almost everyone to change their way of life. However, for many this epidemic forced not only to change their professional outlook but it increased the amount of their work; working hours, risk of job loss, stress levels, etc. But public servants and health professionals are more at risk during this epidemic. While the whole world was living a safe life in their homes, these warriors left no stone unturned to help everyone by putting their lives at stake.The global pandemic coronavirus has engulfed the entire world. Even today, the number of people infected with this virus and who lost their lives is increasing rapidly. Corona patients are increasing in all countries including India. At the same time, the front line warriors of Corona are fighting this virus every day. Some have even sacrificed their lives in this war while performing their duties. Endangering their own lives and the lives of their families, public servants became frontline professionals to prevent and neutralize the corona from spreading by way of working hard since day one. They are the ones who are dealing with an unprecedented situation and are trying to get out of this danger.We have seen that their working hours have increased, the overworked public servants are facing a huge amount of stress and sometimes they also face public anger due to the spread of misinformation in the society. For example, police personnel and health officials in Maharashtra faced the situation of stone-pelting when going for a check-up campaign in a village. At the same time, they are also struggling with a lack of structural problems and are trying to find a way through innovative solutions. In some districts, the public servants have planned to bring back the daily lives of the citizens with new ideas, such as odd schemes to start the market, creating innovative advertisements, making people aware through songs and poems, etc.Corona warriors are being showered with respect by showering flowers on the one hand, while on the other hand they are left to wander for treatment when infected. Nearly all the state governments of the country have made a provision of 50 lakh rupees for the financial help of their families on the death of the Corona warriors, but are not conscious about the cost of hospitalization if infected. The situation has become such that even doctors, nursing staff, police officers have to plead with colleagues and relatives for treatment. The central government should maintain the dignity of these heroes by helping them during crisis so that they do not feel dejected in case they get infected.One must be committed to his duty to complete and carry on any task. This can be seen from the exemplary service shown by Odisha cadre IAS officer and State Health Secretary Nikunj Dhal, who returned to duty within 24 hours of his father’s death. It emphasizes their commitment to duty. We bow down to their loyalty towards this country. At a time, when a large part of the country’s population is currently practicing segregation and working from home, or not working at all, G Sreejana, an IAS officer and Commissioner of Greater Visakhapatnam Municipal Corporation (GVMC), returned to work just 22 days after giving birth to the child. This act of dedication by IAS officer G Srijana gives a lesson by showing the importance of handling such a huge responsibility.There have also been reports that after the death of Corona, the son did not shoulder the body of the father, did not shoulder the body of the mother, the family left. Amidst these reports, Ambulance driver Jamil Ahmed Digu, a resident of Srinagar in Kashmir, has emerged as such Corona warrior who not only transported the bodies of all the patients who died from Corona in Srinagar to the cemetery but also helped to bury them. He has been engaged in the service of humanity for the last four months, regardless of his life. Many civil servants are suffering from psychological illnesses after painful stress and are at risk of maintaining their family relations. Despite their courageous work, some sections of society are not giving them the respect they should get.Our public servants are handling such a serious situation, so they deserve to be paid extra for their extra hours of work during Covid-19. On this, we should not get into unnecessary arguments. Recently, a school going girl from Maharashtra has written a letter praising police personnel for their service. This small act of gratitude has helped to boost the morale of police personnel. Such small tasks will not only help encourage them to do better but will also help in ending this Covid-19 epidemic as soon as possible.
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