Pregnant DSP handling traffic in Chhattisgarh urges people to follow Covid standards. Woodpecker goes viral

In an effort to ensure people follow Covid-19 lockdown measures in Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh, a five-month pregnant DSP, Shilpa Sahu took to the road to educate people to follow the guidelines issued by the state government to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The coronavirus is spreading rapidly in the country. In an effort to control the spread, a lockdown has been imposed in the Dantewada district. We are on the roads to make sure people follow protocols,” the commissioner said. Deputy Police (DSP) on Tuesday.

She further urged people not to leave their homes and to protect themselves from the deadly virus.

“We are outside for the safety of people. We urge them to stay inside and not to venture outside without a valid reason. If we are on the street for your safety (people ), you should also be home for your safety, ”she says.

Shilpa Sahu, who is stationed in the assigned Maoist Dantewada division of Bastar’s Chhattisgarh division, was seen asking a man, who was on a bicycle with his family, why the family was venturing to l ‘outside.

A photo of her while on duty is now going viral and shared by many.

This comes in the midst of the lockdown across the state. There has been a significant increase in new cases of COVID-19 in Chhattisgarh and other parts of the country. The state reported 13,834 new cases of COVID-19, 11,815 exits and 165 deaths in the past 24 hours on Tuesday. So far, 6,083 people have lost their lives to the disease in the state while the number of active cases currently stands at 1.29,000.

The COVID-19 situation in India worsened amid the second wave of coronavirus. In the past four days, the country has reported more than two lakh coronavirus infections and more than 1,000 related deaths daily.