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CRPF units in Jammu 'aatmanirbhar' to make masks

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CRPF units in Jammu 'aatmanirbhar' to make masks

CRPF units in Jammu 'aatmanirbhar' to make masks

To fight COVID-19 pandemic, personnel of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) are making masks and protective gear for themselves and for the public also.

They are making almost hundreds masks everyday and providing to all units in Jammu and Kashmir.

"With the onset of COVID-19, we started manufacturing these.

All units in JandK are making hundreds of masks every day," said an official.

CRPF personnel are also providing rations and medicines to needy.

JandK has over 15,000 active cases of coronavirus .


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