Jodhpur: Every person coming from outside will be quarantined to free the Balarwa village of Tinwari tehsil of Osian subdivision from Corona. For this, it was decided to mark the entry and exit of the village by putting a barrier on the entryways of the village. At the same time, the owners of vehicles carrying mandis and labourers from the village will be banned to keep sanitisers and masks.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (East) Dharmendrasinh Yadav said that in Balarwa village the figure of corona infected had reached 240. Maximum 41 were found infected in a single day. The village panchayat level Covid were implemented by taking tough decisions in the control committee. As a result, the number of infected people now stands at 77. Sarpanch Anju Sanwar Parihar pledged to make the village Corona free. Committee chairman Anil said that stricter rules were implemented by meeting sarpanch, deputy sarpanch, ANM, Anganwadi worker, Asha BLO, Satin Supervisor, Village Development Officer, Patwari, Beat Constable and villagers. As a result, the number of infected was reduced.
In the meeting of the committee on Saturday, ACP Rajendra Prasad Diwakar, SDM Ratanlal Rager, Mathania Thanadikari Dr Gautam Dotasara, Tehsildar BL Meena, Sarpanch representative Sanwar Parihar, etc., decided to put a block on the entryways of the village. Every person coming from outside the village will be marked and quarantined. Sanitisers and masks will be kept in the vehicles bringing mandis and labourers. A survey of 2091 families in the village has been done once. Now the survey is being done for the second time. ACP Rajendra Diwakar appealed to the villagers to stay in the houses and follow the decision of the core committee.