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AIIMS doctors thank Delhi Police by showering flower petals amid COVID-19 lockdown

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AIIMS doctors thank Delhi Police by showering flower petals amid COVID-19 lockdown

AIIMS doctors thank Delhi Police by showering flower petals amid COVID-19 lockdown

AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences) doctors on May 02 thanked Delhi Police for their services during the lockdown by showering flowers on them.

North-East Delhi DCP Atul Kumar Thakur said that it is a wonderful gesture of reciprocal for it is frontline warriors supporting each other which is very important at this point of time.

He said, "We went to AIIMS, and paid respect and expressed our gratefulness to the doctors and paramedical staff and to all those who have come forward in the fight against COVID-19.

It is a wonderful gesture of reciprocal from the doctors as for it is frontline warriors supporting each other which is very important at this point of time."

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