Assam Police's Last Salute To State's 1st COVID Warrior Who Died Of Virus

The Assam police gave a remaining salute at present to the cop who died of the virus earlier at present.


The Assam police gave a remaining salute to a braveheart and an skilled cop who succumbed to COVID-19 earlier at present, turning into the state’s first Corona warrior to have died of the an infection.

Hareshwar Nath, a havildar with the 16 India Reserve battalion of the Assam Police, died after a sudden fall in oxygen saturation.

“For Assam Police, he’s a COVID martyr. His loss has truly received us collectively and we take this as motivation to combat the virus, we’ll do our obligation as anticipated,” Assam DGP Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta advised NDTV.

As Mr Nath, 53, was his household’s sole breadwinner, the Assam police has determined to maintain his dues.

The Assam Authorities had earlier introduced a Rs 50 lakh insurance coverage for COVID-19 warriors in the event that they die within the line of obligation.

“We’re taking good care of every part, whether or not our males are asymptomatic or symptomatic. Correct medical care is being rendered to them,” stated Guwahati Police commissioner MP Gupta.

The cop had additionally been part of the counter insurgency operations within the state.

The police pressure has been spreading consciousness in regards to the significance of defending themselves from contracting the virus.

“He was a really honest cop, a really humble and trustworthy particular person. We did not assume it was that critical however now we perceive what the virus can do,” stated B Bevi, a relative of Mr Nath.

Proper from the onset of the pandemic, the police have been on the forefront of the battle and with the current spike, the pressure has been hit badly by the virus.


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