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'Control vector-borne diseases in police stations and colonies'

Control vector-borne diseases in police stations and colonies

New Delhi: The Delhi Police has issued circular for its officers and personnel to control vector borne diseases in their police stations, colonies.

The circular reads that the case properties lying in open area in police stations be checked daily by the ATO and Malkhana head constable to ensure that there is no water stagnant at these sites. SHOs and ACsP to monitor it on daily basis. "Extensive door to door campaigning should be held in Delhi Police colonies by respective RWAs," reads the circular adding that water tanks of coolers should be repainted and should be changed.

According to police, the collection of stagnant water should not be allowed inside or around office premises and if the same takes place channelize the same else a little quantity of petrol/diesel may be poured in such stagnant water collection.

Condemned articles lying in open and solid waste must be disposed off regularly. "Liaison may be made with civic agencies in enacting education hoarding in all establishments of Delhi Police residential colonies," reads the Delhi Police circular. Additional PRO Anil Mittal said that they have issued the instructions for preparedness and action taken for prevention and control of vector borne diseases. "The Estate officers of the colonies to hold meetings with the RWAs and ensure that required action to prevent the incidents of victor borne disease is taken," further reads the circular.

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