- Apart from maintaining law and order khaki is playing a key role in civil administration during the pandemic of the coronavirus.
- With the help of 400 NGO, RWA and good samaritans, Delhi Police have distributed nearly 50 Lakh of food packets and around 50,000 dry ration kits to the needy and homeless in all the 15 districts of Delhi.
- During this pandemic period, a team formed by the North Delhi Police Station Wazirabad found a missing girl in a few hours after intensive investigation and found her family.
Khaki is now playing the role of the messiah by helping out people in fighting the prevailing situation that has threatened the world: “pandemic corona.” Instances from time to time reveal this very clearly. After receiving a distress call from the relative of Corona positive patient, a Delhi Police Constable Deputy in Shahdara District named Mr. Deepak Narwar rushed to the plasma bank and saved the life of the patient by donating his own blood plasma. And, similarly, two head constables from Rohini District and Seema Puri Traffic Police Mr. Jitendra and Vipin Kumar also donated their blood plasma twice within 15 days, thus showing remarkable humanity.
Apart from maintaining law and order khaki is playing a key role in civil administration during the pandemic of the coronavirus. With the help of volunteers from the local community and welfare organizations, distributing food to destitute and migrant workers, helping & supporting senior citizens, and assisting pregnant women by taking them to the hospital during an emergency. Even in some places police personal were found arranging the birthday cakes and celebrating a birthday with children of migrant labor and destitute family.
With the help of 400 NGO, RWA and good samaritans, Delhi Police have distributed nearly 50 Lakh of food packets and around 50,000 dry ration kits to the needy and homeless in all the 15 districts of Delhi. These dry ration kits consist of wheat, rice, pulses, edible oil, salt, spices, soaps as well as mask and sanitizer. During this period, they received almost more than 20000 calls on their 24 X 7 helpline numbers that to resolve issues related to lockdown through direct intervention as far as possible.
During this pandemic period, a team formed by the North Delhi Police Station Wazirabad found a missing girl in a few hours after intensive investigation and found her family. The girl’s name is Neelam and she lives in Wazirabad with her parents. Operation Milap is an effort launched by Delhi Police in 2014 under which 333 missing children to their families in the last seven months. Similarly, Ghaziabad police presented a unique example of humanity. The Ghaziabad police team, while returning from after arresting three vicious robbers, found an unclaimed baby girl near the local powerhouse. They rescued the perfectly healthy baby. Currently, Neelam, wife of Constable Naresh, is taking care of the baby girl.
Apart from the above in a bid to raise awareness among people, the Delhi Police came up with an important and innovative method to spread knowledge about COVID-19. They launched several campaigns from time to time to aware of the general public about the lockdown norms and restrictions.
Though the department is taking extra precautions for protecting their frontline corona warriors, 69 police people have been corona positives. Senior officers, Deputy Police Commissioner of North District Ms. Monika Bhardwaj and Additional DCP of Shahdra Sh. Rajbir Singh, were also among those who’ve been infected but have recovered from the disease and are now back to their services. However, last Tuesday morning 59-year old Sub Inspector Sh. Karambir passed away due to the virus, becoming the fourth city police officer to succumb to the infection and spotlighting the turmoil within the force struggling with rising cases coupled with falling morale, long working hours, and panic among the families of the front-line workers. He was posted as a driver of Assistant Commissioner of Police Seemapuri.
Delhi Police have been at the forefront in the fight against the deadly coronavirus and have proven that khaki is a real frontline corona warrior apart from other warriors who’re working tirelessly in fighting out the disease by risking their lives. For their selfless service, they have also been honored. Central Information and Broadcasting Minister Shri Prakash Javdekar honored the Delhi Police’s Deputy Commissioner Dr. Ish Singhal, with a citation for his commendable role in handling the COVID 19 situations around the city.