On the first day of the ongoing lockdown in the country, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal while addressing the media on Wednesday said that we should not leave the bar from home under any circumstances. With this, he said that there is no need to be panic, the goods will be available. CM Kejriwal said, people who are giving the goods and services they need. Preparations are being made to give them a pass. Those who do not have their own card. Helpline will be issued for them. You call that number and get the ePass. Doctor, nurse. The media all have their own Icards. You can get help from the police by calling 23469536. This number belongs to the police commissioner’s office.
Milk, vegetables, food items, items of daily use and medicines will continue to be available. We are all working together for your health and life. No need to be panic. After the Prime Minister’s speech, long lines started coming out of shops. If such long lines are installed then the meaning of lock down will be over.
He said that I want to assure you that you will not let the things you need be lacking. It is our responsibility to open the shop. We have the responsibility to deliver the goods. This is a difficult time, you will have problems, but we all have to fight together.
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