PULWAMA — Some volunteers, active in Rajpora village of south Kashmir’s Pulwama district from last few weeks, have been helping enforce social distancing in the area as the number of COVID-19 cases continue to sour in the Valley.

The volunteers have been working in an organized way, at multiple locations including Community Health Centre Rajpora, local J&K Bank branch and Tehsil office.

Not only are they helping the local authorities enforce the precautionary measure of social distancing, but they are also consistently making people aware about the viral disease.

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One of the volunteers said that they have also registered their names in DC Office Pulwama to assist the administration during the tough times. “We started to work on our own till the authorities assign us a task,” he said.

“Everyday, they came around 8 AM in the morning and stay active till 10 PM. They are putting some real efforts,” says Abdul Gani, a local resident.

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