Home Hello BMC Mumbai: Mumbai Corpotor ,Sunita Yadav, , Ward No. 24 interacts with Hello Mumbai News, regarding  positive response with number of corona patients reducing in her Ward.

Mumbai: Mumbai Corpotor ,Sunita Yadav, , Ward No. 24 interacts with Hello Mumbai News, regarding  positive response with number of corona patients reducing in her Ward.

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Mumbai: Mumbai Corpotor ,Sunita Yadav, , Ward No. 24 interacts with Hello Mumbai News, regarding  positive response with number of corona patients reducing in her Ward.
Senetization work in local ward.
Food kits distribution.

News Report by: Jui Jadhav

Mumbai: Mumbai local Corporator Sunita Yadav, Ward No. 24, Thakur Village, while interacting with Hello Mumbai News reporter Jui Jadhav says that the patients in her ward are reducing day-to-day and also the quarantine centres in her Ward are reducing.

She further went on to reveal that they are prohibiting people residing in slum areas from getting out of their houses and even the people showed their support. Thus the number of patients have been reduced.

She further made it known that in the beginning, Government officials did not bother to sanitize the areas but, alongwith her co-workers, she managed to sanitize their areas, local places etc. Her main target was slum areas as the people were using common toilet. So in a day at the toilets were sanitized and cleansed four times. Masks were distributed among the poor people as per list made by them.

Again, the sanitization was carried out in the second phase.

Despite all these facilities, Sunita Yadav is also going to distribute steam machines to the poor people as it is said that taking steam is helpful during this pandemic situation. Also ayurvedic kadha was distributed among the senior citizens for extra precautions.

Sunita Yadav added that she is not fully satisfied with the work of the BMC officials as they failed to fulfill their promises. Corruption is going on among the officials.

Medicine bottles along with masks too were distributed at double price of the original. Very less quality marks were given. There are ventilators provided through the PM care fund but the hospital authorities have kept them unused citing certain reasons.

Now people staying in her Ward are mostly those who have their own shops. To get their life to a normal track they open their shops but with this they have to take certain care of themselves and also follow the guidelines.

In the end, Sunita Yadav said that people are under this misunderstanding that COVID is over. However, it it has not yet completely gone so people should follow the rules and work accordingly.

 

News Edit by K.V.Raman

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