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    Mumbai: Mumbai BMC Corporator Mr Jagdish Ojha of Ward 2, has stretched his hands to support the workers and habitats in his ward amid the lockdown.

    Mumbai: BMC Corporator Mr Jagdish Ojha of Ward 2, has stretched his hands to support the workers and habitats in his ward amid the lockdown.

    Medical help in ward.

    Mumbai: India is on the verge of an unprecedented economic catastrophe as the humanitarian disaster from the Covid-19 pandemic unfolds.
    The disruption has hit the Indian financial sector very badly.

    The epidemic COID-19 has locked everyone inside in pathetic and hapless plight. In this lockdown several corona yodha have stood to support the poor and needy with essential commodities such has masks and sanitizers as well as food packets.

    Likewise, Corporator Mr Jagdish Ojha of Ward 2, has stretched his hands to support the workers and habitats in his ward amid the lockdown.

    Speaking to Hello Mumbai News reporter Rishi Baranwal, Jagdish said that under the able guidance of MLA Smt. Manisha Tai Chaudhary Corporator he has distributed Arsenicum Album 30 Homoeopathic medicine in Ashish Complex Dahisar East.This medicine is recommended by Ministry of AYUSH as a prophylactic for COVID- 19.The residents of Ashish Complex are extremely thankful to our MLA and Corporator along with his team.
    Further he said that he has also been conducting tests in the entire ward for the last few days.

    Today, at a time, while trained BJP workers are working as Covid Yodha through Mumbai Municipal Corporation, the citizens of Amrit Prakash Society in Ward No. 2 underwent a medical test.They are getting a good positive response from all citizens, and people are thanking corporator Jagdish Ojha. They have also been visiting society to check and solve the problem. He said “I visited the Vaibhav Building in Anand Nagar, Ward 2 alongside Rahul Patil, Engineer of Conservation Department and Chauhan and Thakur of Solid Waste Department. After knowing their problems, they were instructed to solve them.
    The members of the society thanked him and the corporation for this.

    Present at the occasion were JP office bearers, activists and locals.

    News Report by: Rishi Baranwal

    News Edit by K.V.Raman

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