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Masks and sanitizers distributed to 2 lakh 21 thousand 282

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Relief camps have been set up across the state to help the needy due to the lockdown due to Corona infection. Today on April 15, one lakh 85 thousand 877 needy, laborers and destitute were provided free food and food packets across the state. Masks, sanitizers and daily necessities are also being provided to the needy with the help of district administration, red crosses and voluntary organizations for prevention of corona infection. According to the report received from the districts, on April 15, two lakh 21 thousand 282 masks and sanitizers, soap etc. have been distributed to the needy with the help of voluntary organizations.

It is noteworthy that due to the lockdown due to corona infection, through the relief programs and camps conducted by the administration in the districts with the help of philanthropic institutions and donors, so far 27 lakh 27 thousand 324 people have been provided free food and food packets in the state of Chhattisgarh. has gone. With the help of voluntary organizations, 28 lakh 19 thousand 735 mask sanitizer and other materials have been distributed free of cost to the common man for prevention of corona infection.

On Wednesday April 15 i one lakh 27 thousand 236 people have been provided free food and ration in Korba district with the cooperation of government and social organizations, besides distributing masks and other materials to keep them safe from corona contagious disease. Similarly, 650 in Sukma District, 9442 in Rajnandgaon, Raigad 4612, 11,314 in Bastar, 2263 in Kanker, 202 in Bijapur, 490 in Jashpur, 2425 in Jashpur, 2425 in Surajpur, 1842 in Balod, 2151 in Kabirdham, 4224 in Balodabazar, 1933 in Dhamtari, 1030 in Mahasamund, 7659 in Balrampur, 88,263 in Durg, 3007 in Sarguja, 16,405 in Janjgir-Champa, 5052 in Bilaspur, 25,340 in Raipur, 2434 in Kondagaon, 36,775 in Dantewada, 2056 in Garimand, 281, Gariaband 2109 in Narayanpur, M Free food to 2,360 needy 16,076 in Ngeli and Gaurela-Pendra-Marwahi, rations and other aid went provided.