Punjab

ON A SINGLE CALL, DC FEROZEPUR GRANTS PERMISSION TO A PREGNANT WOMAN FOR DELIVERY AT BATHINDA

March 31, 2020 06:54 PM

FEROZEPUR'S SRAN FAMILY EXPRESSES GRATITUDE TOWARDS DEPUTY COMMISSIONER FOR HIS PROMPTED ACTION ON THEIR REQUEST,SENDS PICTURES OF THEIR NEWBORN BABY TO DC WITH A THANK YOU APPEAL

Ferozepur (Manish Bawa)

NEWLY BORN
The permission to take the pregnant woman for delivery at Bathinda during curfew by the Deputy Commissioner, Mr. Kulwant Singh on a single phone call proved to be a boon for the Sran family of Dhawan Colony, family as the woman gave birth to a boy on Monday and Both, mother and baby are fine.

The family first shared this happiness with the DC by sending photographs of the child on Whatsapp with a thank you appeal. In return, DC also conveyed his blessings and best wishes for the child.

Mr. Kuldeep Singh Saran, a resident of the Dhawan colony, informed that his wife Manpreet Kaur was pregnant and was already undergoing treatment at the hospital in Bathinda. He further said that they needed to visit the Kapila hospital at Bathinda but due to curfew imposition they were unable to move and they did not have enough time to go into the procedure of issuing a curfew pass.

Mr. Kuldeep Singh Saran of Dhawan colony, informed that his wife Manpreet Kaur was pregnant and was already undergoing treatment at the hospital in Bathinda. He  needed to visit the Kapila hospital at Bathinda but due to curfew imposition they were unable to move and they did not have enough time to go into the procedure of issuing a curfew pass. Mr. Saran told that he called the DC and explained his situation adding he said that he was surprised to receive the permission letter from the DC office immediately to travel to Bathinda for treatment. After two days on March 30, his wife gave birth to a child and both are healthy.

HAPPY FAMILY
 
Mr. Saran told that he called the Deputy Commissioner Ferozepur Mr. Kulwant Singh and explained his situation adding he said that he was surprised to receive the permission letter from the DC office immediately to travel to Bathinda for treatment. After two days on March 30, his wife gave birth to a child and both are healthy.

Expressing his gratitude towards the DC Ferozepur for issuing the permission to move during curfew, Mr. Saran said, really the Punjab government is fully committed to assist the people during the curfew in critical conditions like ours.

Deputy Commissioner Mr. Kulwant Singh said that state government under the leadership of Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh is committed to serving the people in this hour of distress and reiterated that the district administration would leave no stone unturned to provide essential services at their doorstep. Mr. Kulwant Singh urged people of Ferozepur to seek help from various helpline numbers which were earlier circulated by the district administration in any kind of difficulty.

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