LG Mathur lauds BRO for organizing awareness on COVID, road safety

LEH: Lieutenant Governor, RK Mathur flagged in a cycling expedition undertaken by the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) on COVID awareness and road safety at a brief event at Karzu today.
LG Mathur commended DG BRO and all officers of the BRO on their Raising Day. He applauded their services to the nation in general and to Ladakh in particular.
The expedition, carried out by Projects Vijayak and Himank of BRO, commemorates the Azadi ka Amrut Mohotsav and the 61st BRO Raising Day.
LG Mathur congratulated the two participants- Captain Tarun Bhatia of Project Vijayak and Captain Raunak Bhaduria of Project Himank and commended their endurance and spirit, while appreciating the BRO for its noble initiative.
Brig. Arvinder Singh, Chief Engineer HQ Himank apprised the LG of the routes covered by the cyclists over a period of seven days covering an approximate distance of 900 kms each while sensitizing people about COVID and road safety by means of pamphlets and interactions.
On the occasion, LG Mathur also took stock of the BRO’s preparedness for COVID handling, especially in terms of handling its incoming laborers. Brig. Singh informed the LG that the organization is fully equipped with beds, doctors, paramedics, medicines and equipment. Besides, RT-PCR testing for incoming laborers is mandatorily done before entering Ladakh, Brig. Singh informed.
DN Dahat, Commander 16 BRTF and Col. A Goyat, Director HIMANK were present on the occasion.