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HCS presides over crisis Coordination Committee meeting through video conferencing with DCs

Chandigarh, Jun 1 (UNI) Haryana Chief Secretary Keshni Anand Arora on Monday presided over Crisis Coordination Committee meeting through video conferencing with Deputy Commissioners of districts across the State.
Showing her concern for labourers, Ms. Keshni Anand Arora said that as per the instructions of the Chief Minister Mr. Manohar Lal, the local committee along with the officials of labour department and respective Deputy Commissioners should contact the labourers gathered at the labourer chowks in the Districts in search of work and also enquire whether they are registered under Building and other Construction Workers Welfare Board. If not, they should be got registered under the unorganized sector and distribution of ration to them should be ensured through the local committees. She said that it is the priority of the Government to provide work opportunities to the labourers and not let anyone go hungry in the State.
She instructed the Deputy Commissioners to inquire from the labourers whether they have received State's financial assistance of Rs. 2000 to Rs. 5000 during the last two months of pandemic. She instructed the Deputy Commissioners to compile the data of their district regarding the same. They should also upload the labourers' latest mobile numbers on the portal of labour department. The local committee should be asked to verify whether these labourers stay in their respective jurisdiction or not.
In the meeting Deputy Commissioners were also instructed to prepare a map of their districts, which contains complete information about the Covid-19 test labs including contact details. If a person wants to get the Covid-19 test done, then the person must have information about the nearest Government or private lab. Information about the labs, isolation wards, home quarantine facility and bed facilities in the hospitals should be displayed on the posters in the public areas along with the information of contact details.
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